The Associated Press reports that today, the Ohio Court of Claims is scheduled to proceed to trial in a case involving claims that Cleveland State University (CSU) is to blame for the death of a biology professor who was electrocuted in 2005 while converting an outlet from a 3-prong to a 2-prong outlet. Click here to review the docket in the Case (Case No. C2006-02331), which was filed on March 7, 2006 by the decedent's wife and son. Click here to read the allegations in the complaint. The plaintiffs allege that the outlet was hazardous and unsafe, while CSU claims that there is no evidence that it acted intentionally in a situation where the decedent was using his own equipment.