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Cleveland-Based Barrio Sues Condado Owners After Announcement of Cleveland Location

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Cleveland-Based Barrio Sues Condado Owners After Announcement of Cleveland Location

Build-your-own tacos, a checklist ordering method, and a Day of the Dead motif — Cleveland’s Barrio is accusing Columbus’ Condado Tacos of misappropriating these service marks in a recently filed lawsuit. The story starts back in 2012, when Condado founder and CEO Joe Kahn was co-creator at Barrio with Thomas Leneghan. Leneghan knew he wanted […]

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Columbus Joins Five Other Cities in Lawsuit Accusing Trump of Sabotaging Obamacare

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Columbus Joins Five Other Cities in Lawsuit Accusing Trump of Sabotaging Obamacare

The City of Columbus and five other U.S. cities are the latest entities to come together in a lawsuit against President Donald Trump and his administration. With the filing of a 130-page complaint, Columbus, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Chicago, and citizens of Charlottesville, VA, have accused the Trump Administration of unlawfully sabotaging the Affordable Care Act (ACA). […]

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Lawsuit Filed to Keep The Crew in Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Lawsuit Filed to Keep The Crew in Columbus

Yesterday, the State of Ohio and City of Columbus jointly filed a lawsuit against Precourt Sports Ventures (the owner of the Columbus Crew SC) and Major League Soccer (MLS) as a preventative measure to keep the team from relocating to Austin. “Today I have filed a lawsuit in Franklin County to try to #SaveTheCrew and keep the […]

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Local Group Files Suit Against City and County Officials for Rejection of Ballot Initiative

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Local Group Files Suit Against City and County Officials for Rejection of Ballot Initiative

Citizens’ ballot committee Everyday People for Positive Change (EDP) filed a complaint today in the Ohio Supreme Court with  the Franklin County Board of Elections and each individual member of Columbus City Council. The case alleges that city council has violated parts of the Ohio Constitution and the Columbus City Charter by voting to keep […]

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After OSU Settlement, CrossFit Gym Owner Files Second Lawsuit

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott After OSU Settlement, CrossFit Gym Owner Files Second Lawsuit

Back in autumn of 2016, news broke that The Ohio State University had settled a lawsuit filed against it by a local CrossFit gym owner, Mitch Potterf. At issue was a published claim made by an OSU-led research team, that participants who enrolled in a CrossFit study dropped out because of “overuse or injury” caused […]

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Locals Create New Fund to Support Refugees and Immigrants in Columbus

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Locals Create New Fund to Support Refugees and Immigrants in Columbus

U.S. refugees and immigrants can breathe slightly easier now that President Donald Trump’s executive order “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” has been temporarily suspended by a federal judge. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson sued the Trump Administration last week, claiming the executive order was separating families, harming thousands […]

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