Case No. 2010-2138 James Spencer v. FHI, LLC

 

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10-18-2011

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00:28:36

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Does Trial Court Have Jurisdiction to Hear Workers' Comp Appeal if BWC Administrator Not Served With Appeal Notice?
2nd District Court of Appeals (Miami County)

ISSUE: When a claimant appeals the administrative denial of his or her application for state workers’ compensation benefits to a court of common pleas, must the appellant name the administrator of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) as a party in the notice of appeal, and serve the administrator with a copy of that notice, in order to confer jurisdiction on the common pleas court to hear the claimant’s appeal?
 
 
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00:00:33Michael J. Hendershot for Stephen Buehrer, Administrator, Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation
00:16:10Ross R. Fulton for Amici Curiae on behalf of Appellee
00:26:06Summation: Michael J. Hendershot for Stephen Buehrer, Administrator, Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation