Mandatory arbitration is a legal proceeding, conducted like a trial, which is held before state licensed attorneys who have completed a court certified arbitration program. The attorney-arbitrators act in place of a judge and render a decision at the conclusion of the proceeding.
Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure Updates
The Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure determine the legal processes that are followed by Ohio state courts in civil actions. The rules are meant to eliminate delay and improve efficiency. On July 1, 2020, amendments to the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure took effect. For the next few issues, we...
Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure
Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure determine the rules that should be followed by Ohio state courts in civil actions. The purpose of the Civil Rule is to eliminate delay and ensure prompt administration of justice.
Another Means to Serve the Hidden Defendant
If you are pursuing a claim against a motor vehicle owner or operator, and have attempted to serve the defendant using a commercial carrier, certified U.S. mail, or regular mail to his or her last known residential address, but have not been successful, you may be able to perfect service...
Using Service by Publication to Serve the Defendant Whose Address is Unknown
The Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure provides an alternate means for serving those hidden defendants via service by publication.