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Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2015-0628 Daniel Stolz v. J & B Steel Erectors, Inc., et al. OPEN 6/24/2015 "Whether Ohio Rev. Code 4123.35 and 4123.74 provide immunity to subcontractors enrolled in a Workers' Compensation self-insurance plan from tort claims made by employees of [other] enrolled subcontractors injured while working on the self-insured project."
2015-0545 Regis F. Lutz et al. v. Chesapeake Appalachia, L.L.C. OPEN 6/3/2015 "Does Ohio follow the `at the well' rule (which permits the deduction of post-production costs) or does it follow some version of the `marketable product' rule (which limits the deduction of post-production costs under certain circumstances)?"
2015-0192 State of Ohio v. Delaquan Brookshire OPEN 4/29/2015 "Once an adult court determines under R.C. 2152.52(B)(4) that at least one charge for which the juvenile was convicted is subject to mandatory transfer, is that court permitted to sentence the juvenile under R.C. Chapter 2929 on all charges in the case, or must the adult court complete a separate analysis under R.C. 2152.121(B) for each charge individually?"
2015-0186 Midland Funding L.L.C. v. Dustie Hottenroth, n.k.a. Dustie Miller OPEN
(Held)
5/20/2015 1. Proposition of Law No. 1: Absent an agreement otherwise, a claim for breach of a credit card contract accrues when a consumer fails to make a required payment, and subsequent insufficient payments do not cure the breach.
2015-0186 Midland Funding L.L.C. v. Dustie Hottenroth, n.k.a. Dustie Miller OPEN
(Held)
5/20/2015 II. Proposition of Law No. 2: A state appellate court must interpret a federal statute according to its plain terms, and may not require a debt collector to sue a consumer in his or her place of domicile when federal law only requires a debt collector to file suit in the consumer's place of residence.
2015-0186 Midland Funding L.L.C. v. Dustie Hottenroth, n.k.a. Dustie Miller OPEN
(Held)
5/20/2015 III. Proposition of Law No. 3: An appellate court applying a de novo standard of review may not make new findings of fact.
2015-0077 State of Ohio v. Robert Pittman OPEN 3/11/2015 "Is a person subject to prosecution under R.C. 2929.21(B) for the nonpayment of an arrearage-only child support order when he or she has no current legal obligation to support the emancipated child?"
2015-0034 Elaine L. Koenig and Elainie L. Koenig, Administrator of the Estate of Paul F. Koenig v. Cynthia C. Dungey, Director of Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, and Ohio Department of Job and Family Services OPEN
(Held)
6/24/2015 Under federal and state Medicaid law, the Community Spouse Resource Allowance amount established under 42 U.S.C. 1396r-5 applies to all interspousal transfers after the date of institutionalization, even if Medicaid eligibility has not yet been determined, and transfers above the CSRA Transfer Cap after that date are "improper transfers."
2014-2204 State of Ohio v. Robert D. Roper OPEN
(Held)
2/18/2015 "May a trial court impose a no contact order on a defendant who hasalso been sentenced to [a] term of incarceration?"
2014-2201 In the Matter of the Adoption of: H.N.R. OPEN 1/28/2015 Proposition of Law: The 30-day post-birth deadline for filing in the putative father registry under R.C. 3107.07(B)(1) is unconstitutional as applied to putative fathers of children surrendered for adoption after the filing deadline passes .
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