Apr 10, 2013 By: John K. DiMugno
The Washington Supreme Court’s recent decision in Staples v. Allstate Insurance Co. weakens the effectiveness of examinations under oath (EUO) by imposing new hurdles for insurers seeking to deny coverage based the refusal of an insured to submit to EUOs .
Apr 10, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin
Just as people have different personality types, so do lawyers. Here are the major types of attorneys you’ll encounter in the courtroom and how to deal with them.
Apr 10, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman
As many of you have probably heard, the pro bono landscape was dramatically, and permanently, changed on January 1, 2013 when new
Apr 10, 2013 By: Legal Solutions
Elk located on taxpayer’s property were not “livestock” under property tax code, for purposes of determining whether property qualified as agricultural land; …
Apr 9, 2013 By: Eric Cooperstein
The debate over the wisdom of the billable hour has once again come alive in the blawgosphere in the wake of the
Apr 9, 2013 By: Jury Verdicts
Reckis, pro ami v. Johnson & Johnson; McNeil-PPC Inc. d/b/a McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals (Mass. Sup. Ct.) $63M Verdict in Product
Apr 9, 2013 By: Legal Solutions
Reasonable grounds for believing that a package contains contraband may be adequately afforded by its shape, its design, and …
Apr 8, 2013 By: Samuel Berbano
The business world thrives on new connections, because new connections lead to new business. Networking is the main way people make those connections. Do it well, and you can meet new people, learn from their experiences, and go to some really stunning receptions.
Apr 8, 2013 By: Kim Ellenberg
Got a Kindle device or app? Use WestlawNext to conveniently take your research with you wherever you go.
Apr 8, 2013 By: Nyssa Gesch
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Department of Justice (DOJ) have a history of getting involved in M&A deals over geographic market