In July, we called the Ohio Supreme Court's decision in Norwood v. Horney "the biggest post-Kelo judicial blow to eminent domain abuse in any state in the Union." It appears from this roundup (scroll to bottom) that attorneys will be back in court this week arguing whether our friends at the Institute for Justice are entitled to fees under Ohio law for successfully representing the property owners in the case.
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