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Target Data Breach Lawsuit Moves Ahead

A Federal Judge denied Target's motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a putative class of bankers whose customers' information was stolen in the data breach last year.  According to the banks, they suffered tens of millions of dollars in damages from having to reimburse fraudulent charges as a result of the data breach affecting almost 70 million […]

Second District Upheld a Default Judgment

As December and all the holiday hustle and bustle is upon us, it is good time to remember that with all the familial or spiritual obligations, is easy to procrastinate.  Sometimes, those lapses can be quite costly. As if to provide a reminder beacon, the Court of Appeals for the Second District upheld a default judgment totaling nearly $90,000 against a bar owner […]

Frivolous Conduct Motion in 8th District

The Eighth District recently released a decision holding that the trial court arbitrarily denied a frivolous conduct motion, filed pursuant to R.C. 2323.51, without a hearing or opinion in Brown v. Carlton Harley-Davidson, Inc., 2014-Ohio-5157.  This continues a line of cases in the Eighth District requiring a trial court to conduct a hearing in denying a […]

Fitbit in the Courtroom in Ohio

Your damages could depend on what you wear.  One of the most difficult issues during trials of negligence claims, is establishing the amount of compensation to make the plaintiff whole again.  In some cases, the damages depend on explaining the physical limitations to the plaintiff's daily activities following any injury.  Typically, the plaintiff parades some expert to […]

The Failure to Designate the Order Appealed

Recently, I was asked a question regarding a notice of appeal and App.R. 3(D), which describes the required contents of a notice of appeal, and whether the failure to designate the order appealed was fatal to assigning error to that judgment entry.  The question was interesting in that as much as the civil rules are […]