January 24, 2019—This morning, artist Billie Lawless sued Cleveland State University in the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Ohio to remedy the
This morning, the Akron METRO Regional Transit Authority’s Board of Directors voted to confirm an agreement to pay $200,000 to former Executive Director Richard Enty
AKRON, OHIO—This morning, thirteen former and current students of the University of Akron’s Marriage and Family Counseling and Therapy (“MFC/T”) program, a part of its
Dr. Sam Ghoubrial accused of pressuring car-accident victims referred by KNR into paying exorbitant prices for medical supplies without disclosing his financial interest in the
Yesterday, in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, Brookpark resident Christie Elko filed a motion to withdraw a no-contest plea that she entered in
Yesterday afternoon, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Kelly Ann Gallagher denied Defendants Scripps Media Inc., Cleveland Channel 5 News, and reporter Jonathan Walsh’s motion to dismiss the defamation lawsuit filed by Newburgh Heights Mayor Trevor Elkins and four Village council members over News 5’s report that falsely accused them of running a “widespread scam” by which they “charged people for calling the cops.”
Plaintiffs allege that they were targeted as scapegoats due to their age and disability in a fake scandal manufactured for political purposes
This morning, former Assistant Prosecutors Linda Herman and Laura Hoffman filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio against Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley and four of his current Assistants alleging defamation and discrimination under Ohio and federal law. The claims arise from the Prosecutor’s actions in going to the press, only a month after taking office, with a politically charged story claiming that 76 sexual-assault cases had been mishandled by the office’s juvenile division under the previous administration.
Lawsuit alleges that News 5 reporter engaged in a deliberate smear against Mayor Trevor Elkins for political purposes
This morning, Newburgh Heights Mayor Trevor Elkins and four Newburgh Heights Council members filed a lawsuit in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas against television station News 5 Cleveland and reporter John Walsh over a false and defamatory news piece intended to smear the Plaintiffs as the individuals behind what News 5 called a “widespread” “government-sanctioned scam.”
Parties now free to communicate with the public to seek further information about alleged fraudulent business practices employed by Akron-based personal injury law firm Kisling, Nestico, and Redick
AKRON, OHIO — This morning, Summit County Court of Common Pleas Judge Alison Breaux issued a ruling lifting the gag order that she had imposed on the parties to the putative class-action lawsuit alleging that Akron-based personal injury firm Kisling, Nestico, and Redick (“KNR”) and its owners, Alberto (“Rob”) Nestico and Robert Redick, engaged in various schemes to defraud their clients.
On August, 10, 2017, The Ohio Supreme Court, issued a 4-3 decision granting petitioners’ request for a writ of mandamus requiring Cleveland City Council to process a referendum petition on a controversial subsidy to pay for renovations to Quicken Loans Arena.