Search by Popular News TagsAccident Anne Keeton Attorney Attorneys Award Brian Wildermuth classroom collective bargaining court coverage Dayton Dayton Bar Association Defense Verdict Drew Rudloff Education Law Employment free speech Halli Watson immunity Insurance Lauren Epperley Lawyer lawyers Motor Vehicle Nick Subashi OACTA ohio Ohio State Bar Association ohio supreme court personal injury Police Officer policy politics Presentation Professionalism qualified immunity school Senate Bill 5 Subashi & Wildermuth Summary Judgment supreme court Tabitha Justice teachers Trial unions
Tag Archives: immunity
Nick Subashi and Anne Keeton have won summary judgment on behalf of their clients, a high school nurse and assistant principal sued by a high school student and her family. The student had been suspended from school after she arrived … Continue reading
On March 1, 2013, Attorney Drew Rudloff will be presenting at the 2013 Ohio Department of Health Regional School Nurse Conference. The presentation will include, among other things, a discussion regarding principles of political subdivision tort immunity, mandatory child abuse … Continue reading
On December 6, 2012, the Ohio Supreme Court upheld the employer intentional tort statute, the equine activities immunity statute, and the four-year medical malpractice statute of repose. Justice Pfeifer was the sole dissent in all three cases.
The Tenth District Court of Appeals recently overturned a decision that denied summary judgment to a police officer and municipality for a motor vehicle accident. See Sparks v. Klempner, 2011-Ohio-6456. The facts underlying the case were fairly straightforward and supported … Continue reading
In Moya v. Declemente, 2011-Ohio-5843, the Eighth Appellate District (Cleveland) concluded that a school district was entitled to immunity in teacher’s battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress action arising out of a physical altercation with another teacher. The Court … Continue reading
The Ohio Supreme Court decided yesterday that police officers are entitled to immunity under Chapter 2744 of the Ohio Revised Code even when responding to calls outside their jurisdiction and even when there is no mutual aid-agreement. Smith v. McBride, … Continue reading