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  All open cases and cases closed in past 180 days.
Case No.Case CaptionCase StatusDate
Accepted
Case Issue
2018-0601 State of Ohio v. Joseph Jones OPEN 6/27/2018 Must a dog have been previously designated as a "dangerous dog" under Chapter 955 of the Ohio Revised Code before its owner may be prosecuted for a violation of R.C. 955.22?
2018-0572 City of Cleveland, Ohio v. Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation et al. OPEN
(Held)
7/5/2018 A claim for overpayment of an amount owed to the State, under a statute that undisputedly requires some payment, and where the amount of alleged overpayment is derived from an estimated damages model rather than a known sum, is a legal claim that must be brought in the Court of Claims
2018-0572 City of Cleveland, Ohio v. Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation et al. OPEN
(Held)
7/5/2018 A claim that the Bureau violated its statutory ratemaking duty must be pursued under the statutory scheme for challenging rates, not as an unjust-enrichment claim, and no unjust enrichment occurs when the Bureau does not retain any allegedly overpaid funds
2018-0572 City of Cleveland, Ohio v. Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation et al. OPEN
(Held)
7/5/2018 A challenge to the Bureau’s ratemaking, or to any similar transactional decision, involves a distinct violation for each ratemaking decision, so the applicable statute of limitations runs independently from each alleged violation, requiring a claim against each decision to be brought timely.
2018-0562 James Miracle v. Ohio Department of Veterans' Services and Office of the Governor OPEN 6/20/2018 Appellants’ Proposition of Law 1: A Greeley tort is not available under R.C. 124.27 or 124.56 and, more generally, statutes about public employment ordinarily should not support Greeley claims
2018-0562 James Miracle v. Ohio Department of Veterans' Services and Office of the Governor OPEN 6/20/2018 Appellants’ Proposition of Law 2: Only the employer is subject to a Greeley claim.
2018-0552 State of Ohio v. Lawrence A. Dibble OPEN 7/5/2018 In deciding whether the good-faith exception to the exclusionary rule applies to a search conducted under a search warrant, a court can consider sworn but unrecorded oral information that the police gave to the judge at the time of the approval of the warrant.
2018-0461 State of Ohio v. Glen A. Gilbert OPEN
(Held)
6/6/2018 “During a plea proceeding, does a trial court's failure to inform a defendant about the residential restrictions imposed on sex offenders under R.C. Chapter 2950 render the plea invalid?”
2018-0449 State of Ohio v. William F. Johnson, Jr. OPEN
(Held)
6/27/2018 Before assessing the costs of appointed counsel against a defendant, the court must make an ability-to-pay finding at the sentencing hearing.
2018-0449 State of Ohio v. William F. Johnson, Jr. OPEN
(Held)
6/27/2018 An ability-to-pay finding must be based on factors that reasonably suggest a present or future ability to pay the amount assessed
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