Attorneys & Professionals
Joseph Miller, a partner in the Vorys Columbus office and the chair of the firm’s litigation group, was quoted in a Columbus Business First story about a federal judge’s decision regarding a proposed housing development in Genoa Township, Ohio. According to the story, Judge Algenon Marbley granted a motion for approval of a consent decree that will allow for a 64-home Ravines at Hoover development to advance.
The story states:
“Marbley wrote an opinion rendered Aug. 24 that the consent decree reached between the developer and the township was reasonable, ‘while also avoiding the cost of engaging in lengthy discovery, motion practice, and potentially trial.’
‘This opinion strongly reaffirms the principle that property owners should be able to use their land free of arbitrary and discriminatory attack,’ said Joseph Miller, a partner at Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP and the Benalcazars' attorney.”
To read the entire story on the Columbus Business First website, click here. (Subscription may be required).