NACA brief written in support of Mr. Whitaker’s appeal, arising from a jury’s finding of eleven different acts of unfair, deceptive or unconscionable conduct under Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act (“CSPA”). Although the CSPA allows a consumer victim to “recover his damages,” the Appellate Court erroneously limited Mr. Whitaker to recovering only “economic damages.” The Appellate Court mistakenly believed that it had “previously determined that plaintiffs may recover only economic damages under the CSPA. This brief, filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio, was written by Ronald Burdge, Laura K. McDowall, Thomas Domonoske, and Clair Dickinson.

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