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The Erin Andrews Trial: Recap of the 9th and Final Day of Trial

The Erin Andrews trial has now concluded. All the witnesses have testified, all the evidence has been presented, and closing arguments are complete. Now it is in the hands of the jury. Here ...

Erin Andrews Trial – Day 7 Highlights, Day 8 Preview

Today, the Erin Andrews trial enters day 8. It is possible that all the testimony will be finished today, though things have a way of taking longer than expected in civil trials. My guess is ...

Erin Andrews Trial – Day 6 Update

Here is the status of the Erin Andrews trial: Erin has now testified and been cross-examined. The stalker has testified too (a DVD of his previously-recorded deposition testimony was played ...

Prescriptive Easements in Ohio – The Story of Harris v. Dayton Power & Light Co. (Part 3 of 3)

This is the third post in a three-post series on prescriptive easements, explained through the case of Harris v. Dayton Power & Light Co. (click here to read the first post, and here to read ...

The Erin Andrews Trial – Day 4 Update

Day 4 of the Erin Andrews trial has now concluded. It seems there is plenty to go. So far, attorneys for Erin and attorneys for the Defendants have given opening statements and several witnesses ...

Prescriptive Easements in Ohio – The Story of Harris v. Dayton Power & Light Co. (Part 2 of 3)

This is the second post in a three-post series on prescriptive easements, explained through the case of Harris v. Dayton Power & Light Co. The layout of the property at issue is as ...

Prescriptive Easements in Ohio – The Story of Harris v. Dayton Power & Light Co. (Part 1 of 3)

Ohio’s Second District Court of Appeals recently decided the case of Harris v. Dayton Power & Light Co., 2nd Dist. Montgomery No. 26796, 2016-Ohio-517, which illustrates the real ...

An Obvious Lesson From 50 Cent: Be Careful What You Post on the Internet if You Are Involved in Litigation!

It appears that Curtis Jackson, the rapper known as 50 Cent, has kept his lawyers (and the lawyers of several others) busy. 50's motto is: Get rich or die tryin. Or, alternatively, file for ...

The Erin Andrews Lawsuit is Going to Trial

Reporter Erin Andrews is in Court in Nashville, Tennessee today for trial in the lawsuit she filed after a creepy stalker filmed her naked through a peephole in her hotel room at a Nashville ...

Abuse of Process: Takeaways from Pingue v. Preferred Real Estate Invests II, L.L.C. (Part 3 of 3)

This is the third and final installment in a series of blog posts about abuse of process in Ohio. Click here to read the first post, and here to read the second. In deciding the case ...

Abuse of Process: An Illustration (Part 2 of 3)

This is the second of three posts about the tort of abuse of process in Ohio. The first post can be accessed here. The case of Pingue v. Preferred Real Estate Invests II, L.L.C., 5th ...

Abuse of Process: A Lawsuit for Filing a Frivolous Lawsuit? (Part 1 of 3)

Ohio's Fifth District Court of Appeals recently decided the case of Pingue v. Preferred Real Estate Invests II, L.L.C., 5th Dist. Delaware No. 15 CAE 01 0008, 2015-Ohio-475. This case ...

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