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By Jonathan Stern
Barlow argued the policy was ambiguous and that stacking should be allowed.
By J. Denny Shupe
The trial court agreed with Beech and Hawker, and excluded most of the opinions of all four experts.
By David R. Struwe
In 2010, Daniel Snider died after the aircraft in which he was a passenger crashed due to an engine failure.
By Jo Bennett
On Monday, the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs identified 3,500 work sites that the agency intends to audit for compliance with federal non-discrimination ...
By Brittany C. Wakim
Plaintiffs alleged that An's death from pulmonary fibrosis was due to her long-term and frequent use of the cleaning agent.
By Robert Williams
Re-argument is expected in the Spring, with a decision some time later this year.
By Stephanie A. Short
The court based its decision on a "stream of commerce" theory and Cessna's relationship with third parties, which contravenes recent Supreme Court precedent.
By Stephen Shapiro
A federal trial court in Massachusetts held that the Montreal Convention governs a passenger's claim against an airline that detained him on the aircraft and then escorted him through the terminal because the entire incident ...
By Arleigh Helfer III
The Supreme Court of Texas recently held in Sabre Travel International, Ltd. v. Deutsche Lufthansa AG that Lufthansa's tortious interference with contract claim against Sabre was not preempted by the Airline Deregulation Act.
By Lee Schmeer
The Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in Merck, Sharp & Dohme Corp. v. Albrecht, a case that may foreshadow the Court's position on whether aviation manufacturers may claim FAA preemption in the face of state law claims.
By Laurel Gift
The massive criminal indictment by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) concerning college admissions fraud holds many crucial lessons for higher education leaders.
By Stephen Shapiro
The purchase and sale of debt was not a common practice at the time Congress enacted the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA") and the Third Circuit has observed that that ...
By Megan Harmon
Typically courts perceive MAE as a buyer's remorse issue.
By Laurel Gift
In June of 2018, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted to propose amendments to the rules governing its whistleblower program.
By Albert Dandridge, III, Laurel Gift, Jonathan W. Hugg, Jonathan B. Skowron, David R. Struwe
A good read – "Panel Weighs In on Partner Clashes, Networking and Gift-Giving Grievances."
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