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Judge Didn't Commit Reversible Error by Requesting Closing Argument in Written Form

By WorkCompCentral

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 | 899 | 0 | 1 min read

An Ohio appellate court ruled that a trial judge did not commit reversible error by requesting that the parties submit written closing arguments in lieu of oral argument. Case: Courtney v. Buehrer, No. CA2016-06-040, 01/09/2017, published. Facts and procedural history: Chad Courtney suffered injuries to his back and buttocks while working for the Sunesis Construction Co. The Bureau of Workers' Compensation approved Courtney's claim. Courtney later sought to amend his claim to allow for additional conditions, but the BWC denied the request. Courtney appealed that decision to t...

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