Monday, November 26, 2012

Ohio Appellate Practice (Baldwin's Ohio Handbook Series)

New features and recent developments in the 2012-2013 edition include:

  • An updated section (2:9) on finality in criminal cases
  • A new section (2:28) on finality of orders addressing petitions for post-conviction DNA testing
  • Coverage of rule changes affecting service obligations (1:43), reporting of appellate decisions (1:49, 1:50), attachment of authorities to briefs (5:19), and identification of oral-argument panels (5.32)
  • Expanded discussions of post-judgement and post-appeal jurisdiction in the trial court (1:16), mootness and ripeness on appeal (7:2), preserving error in magistrate cases (7:5), and the time to appeal in certain administrative cases (9:48)
  • A new section (7:6) on invited error
  • A thoroughly revised discussion (2:8) on Civ.R. 54(b)
  • A reort (7:21) on the recent clarification of the standard for a manifest-weight challenge in a civil case
  • An explanation (5:3) of new important brief-filing requirements in certain districts

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