Myers Law, LLC
600 East Granger Road
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Cleveland, OH 44131
(216) 236-8202
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Find out more about Ohio's consumer protections 
and your rights 
at Myers Law, LLC's 


2016 & 2014 Ohio Rising Star in Consumer Law

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Our Goal is to Change Business-as-Usual

At Myers Law, our attorneys try to obtain compensation for consumers harmed by poor business practices.  For many of our clients, compensation is not the focus--changing the way some companies do business is the primary goal.  We have previously forced (through Court order or settlement agreement) various companies and persons to change the way the Defendants or other companies do business.  Some examples include:

  • DDY, Inc. and Geoffrey Goll - Medical bill collectors agreed to Court ordered injunctions prohibiting certain conduct (available here).
  • Dennis Gadowski - Court declared that this construction contractor violated an Ohio consumer protection law, and issued an order prohibiting this person from engaging in consumer transactions for home improvements in the State of Ohio until conditions are met (available here).
  • Nathaniel Webb - Courtdeclared that this construction contractor violated an Ohio consumer protection law, and issued and order prohibiting this person from engaging in consumer transactions for home improvements in the State of Ohio until conditions are met (available here).
  • Walmart & Sam's Club - Retailer agreed to Court approved class action settlement including "Programmatic Relief" which required the creation of an electronic solution addressing a tax calculation issue (available at section 6.2 here).
  • Hall Holdings International, Ltd. and Bertrand Hall - Court declared that this Custom suit provider committed eleven violations of the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act consumer protection law (available here).
  • Paul Schneider and Lynda Schneider - Court found these individuals owned or were officers of Mountain Creations, Inc., and declared that these individual owners/officers committed sixteen violations of Ohio's consumer protection law (available here).
  • William Burke - Court declared that this construction contractor engaged in seventeen violations of Ohio's consumer protection law and other violations of Cleveland's consumer protection ordinance.  The Court prohibited this contractor from engaging in any more consumer transactions for home repair work in the State of Ohio until conditions are met (available here).
Why does it matter what a court declares?  When a Court issues a "declaratory judgment" in one of our consumer cases, it is declaring that a company engaged in conduct that violates one or more Ohio consumer protection laws. These court declarations are then sent to the Ohio Attorney General's Office, where they are included in a searchable database.  Once they are put into the database, all companies doing business with consumers are prohibited from engaging in the same bad conduct.  This helps to protect all consumers.
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