In a new paper for the Washington Legal Foundation (PDF), Bruce Mandel and James Kline of Ulmer & Berne commend the court for its greater deference to the legislature's role in shaping tort law (via Stier/Mass Tort Prof). "As a result, the landscape in Ohio for businesses and product liability defendants has improved considerably." Earlier coverage of the court is here.
Ohio Supreme Court and tort law, cont'd
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