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829 ABA Journal Ohio articles.

‘F’ Word Makes Bench a Hot Seat

‘Saying “F— you” to a judge could get a defendant in trouble. But in a recent incident in a Cincinnati courtroom, it’s the judge who is at the center of…

The Body in Question

Coroners eye Ohio suit demanding they tell families about removal of body parts

6th Circuit Axes Late-Term Abortion Ban; Fallout over Supreme Court Decision

A Michigan law banning late-term abortions is unconstitutional because it is overly broad and “unduly burdens” a woman’s right to an abortion, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided…

Ex-Senator Joins Cincinnati Firm

Former U.S. Sen. Mike DeWine of Ohio will join the corporate investigations practice of a Cincinnati law firm.

Keating Muething & Klekamp announced the move today, according to…

Defendant Aces Bible Quiz, Wins Release

When a lawyer for a man accused of a credit card offense described him as a churchgoer in an Ohio courtroom yesterday, hoping to win his release on a low…

General Counsel Without Proper License Replaced

A general counsel of an Ohio company who did not have the proper law license has been replaced, according to Corporate Counsel.

A statement by Dana Corp.…

Judge Uses Humor Seriously

Ohio appeals judge Mark Painter thinks legal opinions can be dull and boring, so he tries to liven things up a bit.

Painter spurns legalese and quotes experts ranging from…

Ohio Man Indicted in Al-Qaida Bomb Plot

A federal grand jury has indicted a suspected member of al-Qaida from Columbus, Ohio, in an alleged terrorist plot to bomb several overseas locations.

Grrr, Hrmph & Grumble LLP

A Cleveland partner gains acclaim with his curmudgeonly guide to law practice

Drugged State

Ohio Pushes for Tough Laws for Drivers, Critics Question Impairment Issue

Handing Down Help

In Ohio, ‘Curative Damages’ Are Embraced by Tort Plaintiffs and the Supreme Court