Dayton City Commission Meeting 6/19/2019 and Correction of Inaccurate and Misleading Statements

Dayton City Commission Meeting 6/19/2019 and Correction of Inaccurate and Misleading Statements

JUN 21, 2019 —  “Our thanks to all who attended the most recent City of Dayton Commission Meeting on Wednesday, June 19th. More than 50 people spoke out to permanently preserve Knoop Prairie and as always, we greatly appreciate your support, dedication and eloquence! You can read

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Dayton plans for prairie development draw more protests

Dayton plans for prairie development draw more protests

Dayton Daily News – “A battle over the proposed redevelopment of a prairie near the Dayton airport intensified this week as opponents again pressed city leaders to reverse course, and the city of Union joined the fray with an official filing.”   Read more:  https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/dayton-plans-for-prairie-development-draw-more-protests/IhGAeKsm6X9bMXUAffll0N/    

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Court again sides with Kettering Health in CareSource lawsuit

   An appeals court has upheld a lower ruling that CareSource owes Kettering Health Network millions of dollars amid a years-long payment dispute. In an opinion published Friday, three judges of the Second District Court of Appeals sided with a lower court’s decision that CareSource must pay

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A Preventable Death

Our client’s story:  A young, healthy woman died after taking a prescribed pain mediation. But because she took the generic version of the drug–which didn’t include updated safety warnings on the label–her family were not able to hold the drug manufacturer accountable in court.  

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