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  • Attorneys Ron Plymale and Shawn Dingus named to Columbus CEO 2015 Top Lawyers
    Attorneys Ron Plymale and Shawn Dingus named to Columbus CEO 2015 Top Lawyers

    The staff at Plymale & Dingus would like to congratulate both Shawn Dingus and Ron Plymale for being named premier attorneys in the Central Ohio region by Columbus CEO magazine. Columbus CEO holds an ...

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  • Why is my Divorce Case Taking So Long?
    Why is my Divorce Case Taking So Long?

    Clients often ask me to explain the reason that contested divorce cases and contested custody actions take so long to resolve. While there is a myriad of reasons to explain the protracted duration of ...

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  • Court of appeals orders new trial after woman breaks neck and is awarded only $2,114.11
    Court of appeals orders new trial after woman breaks neck and is awarded only $2,114.11

    In March of 2011, Plaintiff Gerri Thomas, a licensed practical nurse, was injured in an automobile collision when a truck driven by Defendant Nicholas Pisoni struck her while she traveled at ...

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  • Ice and snow go away, let the sun shine today
    Ice and snow go away, let the sun shine today

    Regrettably, ice and snow are a part of wintertime life in Ohio. Those are not my words, but those of our state supreme court. Unfortunately inclement weather, such as that we’ve recently had, leads ...

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  • Alabama set to begin issuing marriage licenses to gay couples
    Alabama set to begin issuing marriage licenses to gay couples

    Alabama has become the 37 th state to support legalizing gay marriage as an Alabama Federal District Court has ordered the issuance of marriage licenses for same sex couples on Monday, despite heavy ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Constitutionality of Ban on Same Sex Marriage
    U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Constitutionality of Ban on Same Sex Marriage

    The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in four same sex marriage cases this April. The justices will decide whether to uphold bans in Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, and Kentucky. The court ...

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