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NCAA, Yost Jointly Request an Extended Hold on Enforcement of Transfer Rule

Seeking to clarify uncertainty for Division I college players, coaches and schools, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office and the NCAA are jointly asking a federal judge to extend his order prohibiting the NCAA from enforcing its Transfer Eligibility Rule until at least the end of this academic year.


NCAA’s Transfer Rule on Hold as Judge Rules in Favor of Yost, Others in Antitrust Case

Division I college athletes who had been sidelined by the NCAA’s Transfer Eligibility Rule are free to compete immediately after a federal judge today granted a 14-day restraining order to Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and his counterparts in six other states as part of their antitrust lawsuit challenging the rule.


AG Yost Secures Settlement with Republic Steel Over Alleged Air-Pollution Violations at Canton Site

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a proposed agreement with Republic Steel to settle allegations of air-pollution violations at the company’s Canton mill, which is being permanently shut down under the watchful eye of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.


Ohio Attorney General's Office Issues Legal Explainer Regarding Heartbeat Act Litigation

The Ohio Attorney General's Office has issued the following legal explainer regarding next steps for Ohio's Heartbeat Act litigation: 


AG Yost Leads Multistate Lawsuit Against NCAA Over Anti-Competitive Transfer Eligibility Rule

Led by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, seven states filed a federal antitrust lawsuit today challenging the NCAA’s transfer eligibility rule as an illegal restraint on college athletes’ ability to market their labor and control their education.


Scioto County Teacher Indicted for Sexual Abuse of a Minor

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the indictment of a South Webster woman on charges of sexual battery.


Law Students From Ohio State Place First in 2023 Public Service Mock Trial Competition

A team of law students from Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law won the Ohio Attorney General’s 11th annual Public Service Mock Trial Competition, held recently in Columbus.


Ohio Wins Injunction in Lawsuit Challenging Biden Administration’s HHS Rules on Title X Funding

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has scored a substantial victory in his legal challenge to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services rules that circumvented Congress’ judgment regarding how Title X family planning funds can be used.


State Secures $110 Million Settlement with DuPont for Environmental Restoration Along Ohio River

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a proposed $110 million settlement with DuPont over chemical contamination spanning seven decades from the company’s Washington Works facility in Parkersburg, W.Va., just across the border from Washington County, Ohio.


Couple Pleads Guilty to Stealing $30,000+ from Winton Woods School Booster Club

A married couple accused of stealing more than $30,000 from a Winton Woods booster organization have both pleaded guilty in the case, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.

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