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Ohio Supreme Court Limits Class Action Suits

The Ohio Supreme Court in Stammco, L.L.C., v. United Tel. Co. of Ohio has rejected a proposed class action lawsuit against a telephone company and in doing so, tightened restrictions on class action lawsuits.  The Ohio Employer Law Blog has a good summary of the decision and its implications for Ohio employers: “Stamcco is a huge victory for Ohio businesses. It is now that much harder to establish a class action, confirming that Ohio’s class-action rules fall in line with their federal counterparts.”

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