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Monday, December 19, 2005

12/19/2005 - Supreme Court of Ohio Case Announcements


2004-1799. Toledo Bar Assn. v. Lowden.
On May 18, 2005, this court imposed a two-year suspension upon respondent. The
suspension was stayed on condition that respondent continue his mental health
treatment, provide quarterly reports to relator, and make restitution in the Miller
matter within 90 days of the order. On December 1, 2005, relator, Toledo Bar
Association, filed a motion for show cause order and to lift the stay of respondent’s
suspension asserting that respondent has failed to comply with the conditions of
the stay of his suspension. Upon consideration thereof,
It is ordered by the court that the motion is granted to the extent that
respondent show cause by filing a written response with the Clerk of this court on
or before 20 days from the date of this order why the stay should not be lifted and
respondent ordered to serve the two-year suspension.
It is further ordered that respondent show cause, in writing on or before 20
days from the date of this order, why he should not be held in contempt and
suspended for failing to pay Board costs, as ordered, within 90 days of the court’s
May 18, 2005, order.
It is further ordered, sua sponte, that all document filed with this court in this
case shall meet the filing requirements set forth in the Rules of Practice of the
Supreme Court of Ohio, including requirements as to form, number, and timeliness
of filings.

The following case has been returned to the regular docket pursuant to
S.Ct.Prac.R. XIV(6)(E):
2005-1921. State ex rel. Vaughn Industries, LLC v. Ohio Dept. of Commerce.
Franklin App. No. 05AP-168, 2005-Ohio-5093.



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