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Case No.Topics and IssuesAuthorCitation
State ex rel. 31, Inc. v. Indus. Comm. (Slip Opinion) 2016-0968Workers' compensation-Violation of a specific safety requirement ("VSSR")-Ohio Adm.Code 4123:1-5-11(D)(10)'s nip-point rule does not apply to a calender machine that is expressly covered by Ohio Adm.Code 4123:1-13-03-Writ of mandamus granted ordering Industrial Commission to vacate VSSR award based on violation of nip-point rule.Per CuriamSlip Opinion No. 2017-Ohio-9112
NASCAR Holdings, Inc. v. Testa (Slip Opinion) 2015-1157Board of Tax Appeals-Jurisdiction-Notice of appeal filed by attorney not licensed in Ohio-BTA not deprived of jurisdiction solely because notice of appeal was filed by nonattorney-Lack of authority to practice law is irrelevant to question whether jurisdiction was properly invoked-Any authorized agent may invoke jurisdiction of BTA by filing appeal on taxpayer's behalf, even if by doing so, agent engages in unauthorized practice of law.Per CuriamSlip Opinion No. 2017-Ohio-9118
State ex rel. Woods v. Dinkelacker (Slip Opinion) 2017-0536Mandamus-Writ of mandamus sought to compel trial court to issue new order of conviction and sentence-Claim barred by res judicata-Court of appeals' dismissal of petition affirmed.Per CuriamSlip Opinion No. 2017-Ohio-9124
State ex rel. Gulley v. Indus. Comm. (Slip Opinion) 2016-1199Workers' compensation-Permanent total disability-Industrial Commission must review all vocational evidence before determining whether claimant is entitled to compensation-Court of appeals' judgment granting limited writ affirmed-Limited writ granted.Per CuriamSlip Opinion No. 2017-Ohio-9131
State ex rel. Peoples v. Johnson (Slip Opinion) 2016-1233Mandamus-Appellant had adequate remedy in ordinary course of law to challenge finality of conviction-Court of appeals' denial of writ affirmed.O'Donnell, J.Slip Opinion No. 2017-Ohio-9140
State ex rel. Brown v. Nusbaum (Slip Opinion) 2017-0485Mandamus-R.C. 2935.09-Affidavit charging criminal conduct and seeking issuance of warrants-Mandamus does not lie to compel trial court to issue final, appealable order subsequent to its referral of affidavit to prosecutor for investigation.Per CuriamSlip Opinion No. 2017-Ohio-9141
12/21/2017 Case Announcements  Merit decisions with opinions-Motion and procedural rulings.