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Just camping in a tent on unoccupied land for several weeks isn’t sufficient adverse possession

Jun 24, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

Just camping in a tent on unoccupied land for several weeks isn’t sufficient adverse possession.

Today in 2005: SCOTUS decides Kelo v. City of New London

Jun 23, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

On June 23, 2005, the Supreme Court decided Kelo v. City of New London, causing massive backlash among the public for allowing the government taking of private property for private interests.

Federal Rules of Evidence News Highlights: Recent Federal Cases Interpreting Rules 403, 404, 702, 801, 802, 803, 807

Jun 23, 2016 By: Gregory Bell

Recent issues of the Federal Rules of Evidence News have highlighted a number of federal court opinions addressing issues under the Federal Rules of Evidence.

One does not become a resident of a state simply by living in a tent while doing short-term work

Jun 23, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

One does not become a resident of a state simply by living in a tent while doing short-term work.

Expectations in dealing with pro se opposing parties

Jun 22, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

In this two-part series, we’ll cover what the complications are in dealing with pro se opposing parties, how to deal with them, and some additional useful tips.

Your Securities Digest for June 20, 2016

Jun 22, 2016 By: Business Law Center

Stay connected to the top weekly SEC transactions with the SECurities Digest Newsletter from Business Law Center on Westlaw. With Business Law Center, you’ll get the deal and SEC filing highlights you need delivered right to your inbox.

Where police entrance of tent was unlawful, results of search therein was also unlawful

Jun 22, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

Where police entrance of tent was unlawful, results of search therein was also unlawful.

Westlaw Topical Highlights: Intellectual Property, June 21, 2016

Jun 21, 2016 By: Gary Rodekuhr

Westlaw Topical Highlights for Intellectual Property provides summaries of significant federal court decisions and legislative and administrative activities affecting Intellectual Property law.

California Supreme Court Adds Clarity to U.S. Supreme Court’s Guideposts for Evaluating Constitutionally of Punitive Damages Awards in Insurance Bad Faith Case

Jun 21, 2016 By: John K. DiMugno

California Supreme Court adds clarity to U.S. Supreme Court’s guideposts for evaluating constitutionally of punitive damages awards in insurance bad faith cases.

Husband/Father Piloted an Overloaded Plane; $10.8M Ultimate Award for Death/Injuries to Passengers

Jun 21, 2016 By: Jury Verdicts

Stacie Cavner and Preston Cavner, husband and wife, and parents of H.C. and M.C., minors; R.Z., a single woman; Tammy Zientek and Michael Zientek, husband and wife, and parents of R.Z.; the Estate of M.C., by its personal representative Carolann O’Brien Storli; Carolann O’Brien Storli, as litigation guardian ad litem for H.C., a minor v. Continental Motors Inc. a/k/a Continental Motors Inc.; Northwest Seaplanes Inc.; and Ace Aviation Inc. (Wash.Super.) Husband/Father Piloted an Overloaded Plane; $10.8M Ultimate Award for Death/Injuries to Passengers

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