I’m happy to report I “won” my recent case before the Ohio Supreme Court. I put “won” in quotation marks because the Court did not make a decision on the merits. It concluded what I had believed from the time it first accepted jurisdiction of the appeal–that this was not the appropriate case to decide the proposition of law the appellant proposed. After all of the briefing and the oral arguments before the Court, it simply concluded, “This cause, here on appeal from the Court of Appeals for Warren County, was considered in the manner prescribed by law. On further consideration thereof, this cause is dismissed, sua sponte, as having been improvidently accepted.” So, the decision of the Court of Appeals stands, and my client wins.