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Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Appeals court rejects Mahoning County Prosecuting Attorney Paul Gains’s gambit to learn about a federal criminal investigation of his office

January 26, 2022

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Chandra Law wins Ohio State Bar Association's "Best Brief" in Supreme Court award for 2020

October 20, 2020

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

VICTORY: Ohio Supreme Court rules for Chandra Law client that convictions aren't required for crime victims to seek civil damages from their...

July 29, 2020

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Boxer Adrien Broner hit by $783,752.74 judgment for sexual assault against woman

December 17, 2019

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Cuyahoga County faces yet another lawsuit over torture at jail

November 27, 2019

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Ohio Supreme Court hears challenge to crime victims’ access to civil justice

November 13, 2019

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Federal appeals court allows satirist Anthony Novak to sue Parma police for First Amendment retaliation

July 29, 2019

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Woman sues professional boxer Adrien Broner for sexual attack in Cleveland bar

June 4, 2019

Whistleblowers

Judge rejects Mahoning County prosecutor Paul Gains's effort to avoid civil liability for alleged criminal acts

August 21, 2018

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Court to Mahoning County prosecutor Gains: you can be held civilly liable for your alleged criminal acts

August 21, 2018

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Former Jackson Center police chief sues Shelby County, sheriff, others for malicious prosecution

May 23, 2018

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Former Mahoning County prosecutor reports misconduct; endures retaliation, including defamation

March 21, 2018

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