From The Columbus Dispatch: A Columbus, Ohio, architectural firm is suing Ohio State University for terminating its design contract for the proposed $1 billion OSU Medical Center expansion. Karlsberger Architecture is asking the court to reinstate the $32 million contract. An attorney for the architectural firm says the university hasn't provided a reason for the termination. The Ohio attorney general's office has responded that under the contract, Ohio State is permitted to terminate the agreement without cause. A university spokesman says the termination was "based solely upon business reasons" and that the university has paid Karlsberger for its work to date.