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Ad featuring old, mild citations against health facility was false by necessary implication

Heartland of Urbana OH, L.L.C. v. McHugh Fuller Law Group, P.L.L.C., 2016 WL 5375676, 2016 -Ohio- 6959, No. 2016–CA–3 (Ct. App. Sept. 23, 2016) Heartland appealed from summary judgment granted to McHugh in Heartland’s deceptive trade practices case against McHugh, and the court of appeals reversed, finding that the relevant ad was false by necessary implication and that injury was presumed because the ad targeted Heartland.
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