David Owsiany of the Buckeye Institute praises recent trends at the Ohio Supreme Court, not least its willingness to acknowledge that just maybe elected legislators might have a role to play in laying out the bounds of liability law. Related: Kurtis A. Tunnell, Anne Marie Sferra, Miranda Creviston Motter for Washington Legal Foundation, PDF; Genova.
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