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Third Circuit Ruling Affords Defendants Protection From Amended Complaints After Statute Of Limitations Runs Out
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit limited plaintiffs' ability to add claims to a complaint under the relation back provision of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15(c) in Glover v. FDIC, No. 11-3382 (Sept. 5, 2012).
United States
12 Sep 2012
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"Every Breath" Of Asbestos Is Not A Substantial Factor In Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court unanimously found that plaintiffs cannot rely on the theory that "every breath" is a substantial contributing factor in causing an asbestos-related disease in an asbestos case involving friction exposures, i.e., brakes and clutches.
United States
3 Jun 2012
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Federal Rule Changes To Impact Timing Requirements, Indicative Rulings, Summary Judgments And Amending Of Pleadings
Many of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure ("F.R.C.P.") will effectively change by the end of 2009, including provisions that impact timing requirements, indicative rulings, summary judgment and amending of pleadings.
United States
17 Nov 2009
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Expansion Of Strict Liability In New Jersey To Packagers And Labelers
Companies That Exclusively Package and Label Manufactured Products Can Be Found Strictly Liable for a Consumer's Injury Caused by the Product
United States
21 Jul 2008
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