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State v. Sims 15 BE 50habeas corpus; jurisdictionPer CuriamMahoning 10/9/2015 10/13/2015 2015-Ohio-4252
Trehar v. Brightway Ctr. 14-JE-20genuine issue of material fact precluded summary judgment; employment at-will; promissory estoppel; silence could be construed as assent to employee's actionsDonofrioJefferson 10/2/2015 10/6/2015 2015-Ohio-4144
Wallace v. Nally 14 CO 32Appellant filed verified complaint against landfill operator with Ohio EPA and appeal to Environmental Review Commission; appeal to court in which alleged violation occurred protested the denial of discovery and not the final order dismissing for failure to prosecute; in any event Commission did not abuse its discretionRobbColumbiana 10/2/2015 10/6/2015 2015-Ohio-4146
State v. Mack 14-MA-82aggravated robbery; R.C. 2911.01(A)(1); aggravated burglary; R.C. 2911.11; first-degree felony; R.C. 2152.10; Mandatory transfer; discretionary transfer; R.C. 2152.121; Retention of jurisdiction by juvenile court for purposes of making disposition of child; R.C. 2152.12; Transfer of cases from juvenile court;DonofrioMahoning 10/2/2015 10/6/2015 2015-Ohio-4148
BT Environmental Solutions, Inc. v. BT Energy Group, Inc. 14 CO 44summary judgment in favor of wife of business partner; claims for conversion of business funds and assets and civil RICO claim; sufficient evidence to create a genuine issue of material fact that should have precluded summary judgmentDonofrioColumbiana 9/30/2015 10/6/2015 2015-Ohio-4147
State v. Henry 14 BE 40maximum sentence for fifth domestic violence conviction is affirmed; court did not err in rejecting state and victim's request for six months in EOCCRobbMahoning 9/30/2015 10/6/2015 2015-Ohio-4145
Amarado Oil Co., Ltd. v. W.P. Brown Ents., Inc. 14 NO 416oil and gas lease; summary judgment; Civ.R. 60(B) motion for relief from judgment; novationDonofrioNoble 9/30/2015 10/6/2015 2015-Ohio-4152
Taylor v. Collier 13 MA 117Medical malpractice; causation; validity of the lower court's proceedings is presumed when Appellant fails to provide complete transcripts; when sufficient evidence is presented as to each element, a trial court does not error in denying motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict or a motion for a new trial; a trial court does not err in denying a motion in limine when medical reports and history go directly to an element; it is not error to allow an expert witness to testify to matters within the scope of their report.WaiteMahoning 9/30/2015 10/2/2015 2015-Ohio-4099
State v. Williams 13 MA 125When kidnapping is not incidental to rape and robbery charges, the offenses are not allied offenses of similar import and do not merge for sentencing purposes; a defendant who argues disproportionality in his sentence must show that he is similarly situated with the defendants he compares himself to; R.C. 2929.14(C) consecutive sentence findings must be made at sentencing hearing and must be incorporated within the sentencing entry; a defendant who is sentenced to postrelease control must be informed of the consequences that will occur if the sentence is violated; possible clerical error on sentencing entry.WaiteMahoning 9/30/2015 10/2/2015 2015-Ohio-4100
State v. Parker 13 MA 161An indictment is not made insufficient when a lengthy time range is provided for the incidents when time and date are not elements of the offense; an indictment is not insufficient when the state files a bill of particulars which provides sufficient details to place a defendant on notice of the charges against him; the state does not overcharge a defendant when a victim asserts that the conduct occurred a specific number of times and those allegations are supported within the record; plain error; sufficiency of the evidence; manifest weight of the evidence.WaiteMahoning 9/30/2015 10/2/2015 2015-Ohio-4101