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Recent Cases

Recent Cases

Susan M. Louscher v. The University of Akron & Dr. George K. Haritos / Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Recent Cases
MMFL filed a lawsuit on behalf of Susan M. Louscher against UA and Dr. Haritos, citing defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and negligent supervision and retention. Our client seeks injunctive relief to preserve the integrity of the federally funded NCERCAMP program she oversees.
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Cecchini v. Cecchini / Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Recent Cases
Our client, Gaetano M. Cecchini, has appealed to the Supreme Court of Ohio for clarification on Arbitration in Divorce. This case already has attracted great interest among domestic relations practitioners and will continue to be very important to family lawyers throughout the State of Ohio.
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Melissa Tague v. Michael Fine et al. / Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Recent Cases
MMFL Managing Partner Laura Mills filed a lawsuit on February 25 on behalf of another victim of disgraced former Lorain County attorney Michael Fine. The suit alleges that Fine also employed hypnotic techniques on her to carry out deviant acts of sexual abuse in his office.
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Cicchini Enterprises, Inc. v. JP Morgan Chase / Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Recent Cases
Managing Partner Laura Mills filed a lawsuit on February 6 in the Stark County Common Pleas Court on behalf of Cicchini Enterprises, Inc., against JP Morgan Chase, alleging breach of contract, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, fraud, and unjust enrichment / restitution.
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Andrea Robinson v. Ohio University v. JP Morgan Chase / Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Recent Cases
Managing Partner Laura Mills reached a $1 million wrongful death settlement with Ohio University on behalf of the family of Andrea Robinson. OU was accused of negligence and sub-standard health care after Robinson, an aspiring veterinarian, contracted bacterial meningities at OU's Athens campus.
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Nicola Thomas v. Michael W. Fine, Esq. / Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Recent Cases
Managing Partner Laura Mills and Associate Paul W. Vincent filed a complaint on behalf of our client against Michael W. Fine that includes assault, battery, false imprisonment, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Fine has been accused of using hypnotherapy to carry out acts of sexual abuse.
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Our Attorneys

Each of the Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas attorneys was carefully selected to be part of our team, based on their experience, their legal knowledge and savvy, their zealousness for the rule of law, and perhaps most importantly, their commitment to the highest standards of ethics and fair-play.

Our office has always sought only the most creative, thoughtful, empathetic, and dynamic attorneys to represent and advance the tradition of excellence that began here more than half a century ago.

To read more about our attorneys, kindly click any of the headshots to the right. You may also reach out to any of our attorneys at your convenience either by e-mail or telephone. Contact information for each MMFL attorney appears on their respective bio page.

Featured Case In The News

MMFL has filed a lawsuit against Perry Local Schools on behalf of David Patron, whose daughter was the victim of bullying, intimidation, and threats of physical harm by a fellow student. The firm will post additional details and updates regarding our case in the weeks and months ahead.
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Firm Blog

Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Legal Blog
June 4, 2015
Most lawsuits can be filed in state court, even when a plaintiff asserts claims involving federal questions, such as those involving federal anti trust laws, or the United States Constitution. A few causes of action actually require filing ...
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Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Legal Blog
April 29, 2015
Under a very specific set of circumstances after a trial court issues a divorce decree, annulment or legal separation, the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure require a party to invoke the authority of that trial court a second time when it wants ...
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Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Legal Blog
April 22, 2015
Many kinds of contracts contain arbitration clauses that provide for the parties to arbitrate their disputes, rather than sue in the courts. It is important for people who willingly enter into arbitration to understand that ...
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