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Title IX religious exemption is being challenged by class action lawsuit

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Title IX religious exemption is being challenged by class action lawsuit

by Melissa Carleton May 12, 2021

Class action lawsuit victory

Successfully argued before the Eleventh District Court of Appeals on behalf of the State of Ohio and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) in a case in which the plaintiff attacked the validity of a previously settled class action alleging that ODNR had unlawfully taken the private property of more than 13,000 property owners along Lake Erie’s coast by incorrectly identifying the public/private boundary along the shore. The Court upheld enforcement of the settlement agreement and the civil contempt order.

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Unjust enrichment claims in tuition refund class actions: No pain, no gain, no claim

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Tuition refund class actions: The latest COVID-19 casualty

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Class action dismissal

Achieved dismissal of more than a dozen putative class actions, prior to class certification, on behalf of a large international government vendor in collaboration with its client municipalities.

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Bricker & Eckler nationally recognized with “Best Law Firm” distinc...

Bricker & Eckler LLP has once again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in the 2018 U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings. This year, five of Bricker’s practice areas received national ranking and 47 practice areas received regional ranking.

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Class action lawsuit regarding appropriation proceedings

Represented the State of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and its director in a class action lawsuit brought by all Lake Erie lakefront property owners regarding appropriation proceedings for more than 10,000 parcels of land, challenging whether the State’s claim of public trust ownership to the ordinary high water mark constitutes an unconstitutional taking of private property.

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Debt buyers beware: SCOTUS will decide if the FDCPA applies to you

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When at first you don’t succeed, seek post-verdict decertification: Lessons learned from Mazzei v. The Money Store

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New life for the death knell? SCOTUS accepts Microsoft Corp. v. Baker

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No good deed goes unpunished: Did P.F. Chang’s prompt notice of data breach create standing to sue?

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