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Holland & Knight
Defendant-appellee Etihad Airways recently petitioned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc of Doe v. Etihad Airways, P.J.S.C.,...
Clyde & Co
Plaintiffs Lin Yang and Jing Zhang brought a claim against defendant Asiana Airlines, Inc. to recover damages for personal injuries they allegedly sustained while traveling as passengers...
Reed Smith
We previously addressed the in pari delicto doctrine, whereby a plaintiff injured in the course of his or her criminal conduct cannot recover for those injuries.
Sedgwick LLP
In all insurance matters, all persons owe a duty of good faith, to abstain from deception, to practice honesty and equity, and to preserve inviolate the integrity of insurance.
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
Prior to the June 17, 2017, Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division decisions in Haines v. Taft and Little v. Nishimura, New Jersey trial courts routinely ruled Plaintiffs were barred from seeking payment....
Carlton Fields
Before discussing how and whether the shared economy should be regulated and litigation involving the shared economy, it is important to first define what we mean by the "shared economy".
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
New York Partners Alecia Walters-Hinds and Kenneth J. Kim recently obtained a defense verdict in ceiling collapse case.
Holland & Knight
Three years after its decision in Walden v. Fiore,1 the U.S. Supreme Court issued another decision that continues its trend of limiting the exercise of specific personal jurisdiction over non-resident defendants.
Miles & Stockbridge
A recent holding of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland is of significance to companies defending personal injury lawsuits—particularly those where the nature or extent of a plaintiff's alleged injuries is in dispute.
K&L Gates
The court went on to reason that "[j]ust because the information can be retrieved quickly and inexpensively does not resolve the issue.
Miles & Stockbridge
A recent holding of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland is of significance to companies defending personal injury lawsuits—particularly those where the nature or extent of a plaintiff's alleged injuries is in dispute.
Miles & Stockbridge
A recent holding of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland is of significance to companies defending personal injury lawsuits—particularly those where the nature or extent of a plaintiff's alleged injuries is in dispute.
Reed Smith
In Redd, the plaintiff – five feet tall, 302 pounds, and taking immunosuppressant drugs – received a total hip replacement using the defendant's artificial hip. Four years later, the hip stem fractured.
Butler Snow LLP
We've used this headline before. We'll almost certainly use it again. The case this time, just handed down by the New York Court of Appeals, is Burlington Insurance Co. v. NYC Transit Authority.
Miles & Stockbridge
In a decision handed down on April 27, 2017 in the case of Heneberry v. Pharoan, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals rejected a breach of contract claim against a doctor who failed to completely perform a surgical procedure.
Reed Smith
We understand that illnesses and injuries can be emotional; sometime extremely emotional and rightfully so. We understand that some treatments can add to the stress.
Butler Snow LLP
In Tennessee, personal-injury plaintiffs may recover as damages the reasonable and necessary costs of the medical treatment that they received for their proven injuries.
Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC.
The old adage "location, location, location" applies as much for medical device preemption as it does for real estate.
Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC.
Defense lawyers routinely ask personal injury plaintiffs how they came to be treated by their doctors.
Sedgwick LLP
Depending on the source, between one half to two-thirds of adults in the United States take a dietary supplement of some kind every day.
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Sedgwick LLP
In all insurance matters, all persons owe a duty of good faith, to abstain from deception, to practice honesty and equity, and to preserve inviolate the integrity of insurance.
Holland & Knight
Defendant-appellee Etihad Airways recently petitioned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc of Doe v. Etihad Airways, P.J.S.C.,...
Clyde & Co
Plaintiffs Lin Yang and Jing Zhang brought a claim against defendant Asiana Airlines, Inc. to recover damages for personal injuries they allegedly sustained while traveling as passengers...
Reed Smith
We previously addressed the in pari delicto doctrine, whereby a plaintiff injured in the course of his or her criminal conduct cannot recover for those injuries.
Carlton Fields
Before discussing how and whether the shared economy should be regulated and litigation involving the shared economy, it is important to first define what we mean by the "shared economy".
Butler Snow LLP
The use of recalls by manufacturers of all varieties of products, from food to automobiles to pharmaceuticals, to make sure that their products are safe in order to succeed in the marketplace...
Reed Smith
For those of us who spend large chunks of our professional lives in mass tort MDLs, expressions like "settlement inventory" are ubiquitous
Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC.
Defense lawyers routinely ask personal injury plaintiffs how they came to be treated by their doctors.
Sedgwick LLP
Depending on the source, between one half to two-thirds of adults in the United States take a dietary supplement of some kind every day.
Butler Snow LLP
In Tennessee, personal-injury plaintiffs may recover as damages the reasonable and necessary costs of the medical treatment that they received for their proven injuries.
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