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California, Colorado-Based Antitrust Litigation Against NCAA Will Not Be Centralized, Panel Rules

Karen K. Caldwell, the chair of the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation and a district judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, issued the order on behalf of the six-judge panel and said centralization is currently not necessary for the convenience of the parties and witnesses in order to conduct …

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‘You Don’t Fool With Judge Ruehlman’: High Court Disqualifies Jurist for Threats of Physical Altercation, Jail Time Against Vexatious Litigant

The high court determined that Judge Robert P. Ruehlman, a retired judge sitting by assignment on the Jackson County Court of Common Pleas, General and Domestic Relations Division, was disqualified from presiding over “Jackson v. Ward,” concluding that an objective observer would conclude that he was prejudiced against the litigant.       

Ohio Court Upholds $700K Med Mal Judgment: Mention of Surgeon’s License Revocation or Other Lawsuits Didn’t Prejudice Defendants

“After carefully reviewing the record, we hold that had the trial court precluded admission of the challenged aspects of the Durrani collage and any reference to Durrani’s license revocations and the other lawsuits, the jury likely would have reached the same verdict,” wrote Judge Ginger S. Bock for the Ohio First District Court of Appeals. …

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