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The World In U.S. Courts: Spring 2019
Please click on the area of law you are interested in (for example, "Intellectual Property – Trademark," and you will be brought to all of the case summaries relating to it
United States
24 Jun 2019
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Personal Jurisdiction/Forum Non Conveniens - The World In U.S. Courts: Spring 2019
This jurisdictional dispute involves a personal injury action in California. During the installation of a recycling system, an allegedly defective screw conveyor malfunctioned
United States
24 Jun 2019
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Big Changes Could Be Coming In Class Action Litigation
On February 10, 2017, U.S. Rep. and House Judiciary Committee Chairman, Bob Goodlatte (R-Va), introduced a new version of his Fairness in Class Action Litigation Act of 2017 (H.R. 985) (the "Act").
United States
6 Mar 2017
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Insights And Inconsistencies - Lessons From The Garlock Trust Claims
Newly-disclosed asbestos bankruptcy trust claim forms from the Garlock 1 bankruptcy reveal a pattern of inconsistent claiming from one trust to another.
United States
3 Mar 2016
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Don't Get Madd, But Companies Employing Independent Contractors May Be Denied Coverage When They're Sued
In employment law, it's a hot topic whether workers in the new On Demand Economy count as "employees" under traditional worker protection statutes.
United States
23 Dec 2015
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Where There’s Fire, There’s Smoke: Michigan Appeals Court Rejects Insurers’ Attempt To Apply Pollution Exclusion To Residential Fire Claim
You cannot separate smoke from fire. It’s seemingly an unremarkable proposition—yet one the Michigan Court of Appeals had to explain to insurers who denied coverage for smoke inhalation injuries sustained in an apartment fire.
United States
25 Mar 2015
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Who Pays When Employees Crash Their Cars After Hours? It Could Be You….
One would think that, under the "going and coming" rule, employers could never be liable for torts committed by their employees during the employees' commutes.
United States
30 Oct 2013
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