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$8M for Infant’s Suffocation Due to ‘Playard’ Mattress Buildup of Carbon Dioxide

Apr 26, 2016 By: Jury Verdicts

Karow, individually and as successors in interest to Karow, Estate of v. Evenflo (Cal.Super.) $8M for Infant’s Suffocation Due to ‘Playard’ Mattress Buildup of Carbon Dioxide

Not bungee-jumping business’s fault for accident caused by driver distracted by it

Apr 26, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

Not bungee-jumping business’s fault for accident caused by driver distracted by it.

Best Practices and Hot Topics in Section 337 Patent Litigation at the International Trade Commission

Apr 25, 2016 By: Mark Baker

Join Practical Law and two ITC experts for a free 75-minute webinar discussing best practices for Section 337 patent litigation and current hot topics at the ITC, such as standard essential patents and the Commission’s jurisdiction over electronic data importations.

EU Significantly Expands Data Protection Laws

Apr 25, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

The European Parliament recently expanded the scope of European data protection significantly.

Hang glider was an “air craft” and rider was “pilot”

Apr 25, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

Hang glider was an “air craft” and rider was “pilot.”

Topical Roundup: Motor Vehicle Collisions

Apr 22, 2016 By: Jean Sica

Some recent noteworthy legal summaries include a $1.2 million jury award for a head-on collision with a semitruck, a $5.4 million award after a truck driver was ejected from a Fed Ex semitruck’s sleeper cab, and a $10.2 million settlement to a motorcyclist whose leg was crushed in a collision.

Glorified lawn mower isn’t a lawn tractor

Apr 22, 2016 By: David Light

All riding lawn mowers are not lawn tractors. It’s a distinction that’s frequently overlooked, but it is very important in consumer bankruptcy cases.

‘Innocent until proven guilty’ — not the other way around

Apr 22, 2016 By: Brian Greenlee

Where a worker resigned solely to avoid being terminated, an arbitrator ruled that management’s due process lapse proved fatal to its charge that he was guilty of a firing offense.

“Magic” card game “judges” sue for lost wages; claim to be employees

Apr 22, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

A group of “judges” for Wizards of the Coast’s collectible card game “Magic: the Gathering” are suing the company for lost wages, claiming to be employees of Wizards.

Crash between tandem bicycle and horse car was caused by sudden turn by bike’s driver

Apr 22, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

Crash between tandem bicycle and horse car was caused by sudden turn by bike’s driver.

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