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Judge lifts gag order in KNR fraud lawsuit

Parties now free to communicate with the public to seek further information about alleged fraudulent business practices employed by Akron-based personal injury law firm Kisling, Nestico, and Redick

AKRON, OHIO — This morning, Summit County Court of Common Pleas Judge Alison Breaux issued a ruling lifting the gag order that she had imposed on the parties to the putative class-action lawsuit alleging that Akron-based personal injury firm Kisling, Nestico, and Redick (“KNR”) and its owners, Alberto (“Rob”) Nestico and Robert Redick, engaged in various schemes to defraud their clients.

Ohio Supreme Court sides with Q deal referendum backers, says petitions must be accepted—Cleveland Scene

The Ohio Supreme Court has sided with referendum backers in the Quicken Loans ...

Ohio Supreme Court rules in favor of public vote on Quicken Loans Arena subsidy

On August, 10, 2017, The Ohio Supreme Court, issued a 4-3 decision granting ...

Big win for plaintiffs in nanny-school sex-abuse case, plus victory for First Amendment—Cleveland Scene

In what attorneys are calling a victory for state policies against child abuse ...

Appeals court affirms trial victory for plaintiffs in nanny-school sex-abuse cover-up case

Appeals court also found that trial court abused its discretion in reducing jury’s ...

Cleveland Scene settles lawsuit against Downtown Cleveland Alliance over removal of newspaper boxes—Cleveland.com

Alternative weekly newspaper Cleveland Scene has settled a First Amendment lawsuit it brought last month against the Downtown Cleveland Alliance over the removal of 26 of its distribution boxes in the ...

Kisling, Nestico and Redick accused in lawsuit of kickback schemes, fraudulent investigations—Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com

Former clients of personal injury law firm Kisling, Nestico and Redick have sued, alleging the firm took kickbacks from other companies and charged clients for investigations that never happened Click here ...

Lawsuit claims KNR firm defrauded clients, took kickbacks—Cleveland.com

AKRON, Ohio – A lawsuit seeking class-action status in Summit County accuses personal-injury law firm Kisling, Nestico and Redick (KNR) of defrauding clients injured in car accidents by receiving kickbacks from chiropractors The ...

Personal-injury law firm KNR accused of deceiving and defrauding its clients with kickback schemes involving chiropractors and loan companies

Internal emails alleged to show Kisling, Nestico, and Redick maintains unlawful kickback relationships with chiropractors and loan companies, and charges its clients for fraudulent “investigations” that never take place ...