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Ronald Lee Burdge

Ronald Burdge’s Legal Cases

35 total

  • O'Neill v Tanoukhi dba 4 Wheels

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Date:
    May 26, 2011
    Outcome:
    Consumer Won
    Description:
    deciding that (1) a party does not need to make a Civil Rule 52 request for findings of fact and conclusions of law to obtain specific findings on the trial court’s fee decision in a fee motion under the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act, and (2) when determining the amount of attorney fees to award under the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act, a trial court is required to set forth its methodology with sufficient specificity for its basis that a meaningful appellate review can be conducted
  • Durham v Forest River Inc.

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Date:
    Dec 10, 2010
    Outcome:
    Consumer Won
    Description:
    (2010, Ohio 5th Dist CA), 2010-Ohio-6654 (upholding award of over $159,000 for attorney fees in prosecuting Rv lemon law case through verdict; standard for appellate review of attorney fee decision is abuse of discretion; affirming application of attorney fee factors in Bitter v Tri-County Toyota, 58 Ohio St.3d 143)
  • Blankenship v CFMoto Powersports, Inc, et al

    Practice Area:
    Class Action
    Date:
    Jan 24, 2011
    Outcome:
    Case Pending as of 051712
    Description:
    (2011, Ohio Clermont Co Common Pleas Court), 2011-Ohio-948 (interpreting the application of Ohio’s CSPA class action requirements, as established by Marrone v Philip Morris USA, to alleged false representations and marketing practices by Chinese manufacturer and its American importer and its dealers regarding the sale of imported Chinese motorcycles).
  • Blankenship v CFMoto Powersports, Inc., et al

    Practice Area:
    Class Action
    Date:
    Nov 29, 2011
    Outcome:
    Case Settled
    Description:
    (2011, Ohio Clermont Co Common Pleas Court), 2011-Ohio-6946 (certifying a class action under Ohio’s CSPA statute involving allegations of class-wide false representations and marketing practices by Chinese manufacturer and its American importer and its dealers regarding the sale of imported Chinese motorcycles, the court examined in detail every requirement for class action certification, resulting in 55 West Reporter headnotes and the court’s finding that the lawyers at Burdge Law Office had “extensive experience in the field of consumer law and specifically the Consumer Sales Practices Act” at Para. 46).
  • Whittle v Danielle Davis

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Date:
    Oct 24, 2013
    Outcome:
    Consumer Won on Retrial; Merchant's 2nd Appeal Pending
    Description:
    Motor vehicle sales fraud case involving a used motor vehicle, the novel question on appeal was whether a car dealer who refused to defend a court case still had the right to a court hearing on the damages that were caused to the consumer.