The Ohio 10th handed PSV/MLS a major blow, dismissing the appeal outright before hearing substantive arguments, and remanding the case back to the lower court continue trial. The defendants will either have to comply with the lower court ruling (or risk consequences), appeal to the Supreme Court, or attempt some other radical strategy. I’ll have more on this later of course. Stay tuned.
I did a Periscope to briefly discuss the ruling earlier today.
[…] ruling from the Ohio 10th Court of Appeals, which unanimously dismissed the interlocutory appeal by PSV/MLS was a stinging (though not stunning) blow to the defendants. […]
[…] we get a ruling on the reinstatement (if any) of the 90 day toll that has presumably run while the appeal was taking place, we’re still in a bit of a holding pattern as it pertains to some of the trial […]
[…] waiting period for 90 days. When PSV/MLS appealed that decision, 44 days elapsed before the 10th Circuit Court denied their appeal, during which time, not much of anything happened. Based on that, Judge Brown extended the toll for […]