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Section 4112.061 | Right of commission to appeal judgment by court.


(A) The commission, in its discretion, may appeal from an adverse judgment rendered by a court. The appeal shall proceed as in the case of appeals in civil actions as provided in the Rules of Appellate Procedure and, to the extent not in conflict with those rules, Chapter 2505. of the Revised Code. The appeal by the commission shall be taken on questions of law relating to the constitutionality, construction, or interpretation of the statutes and rules of the commission and in matters involving the correctness of the judgment of the court of common pleas that an order of the commission is not supported by reliable, probative, and substantial evidence.

(B) Nothing in this section affects in any manner any provision of this chapter relating to the rights of any party, inclusive of the commission, to seek other court action provided for in this chapter.

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