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Time-barred proofs of claim issue now before SCOTUS

Jan 9, 2017 By: Richard D.R. Hoffmann

The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to review a ruling from the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Johnson v. Midland

Delaware fee-shifting ban also applies to claims filed elsewhere, court says

Jan 7, 2017 By: Daniel Rice

The Delaware General Corporation Law’s prohibition of bylaws that shift attorney fees to shareholders in corporate litigation applies even to claims filed

Jury must decide if paralysis suit was filed within Kentucky statute of limitations

Jan 6, 2017 By: Jodine Mayberry

A jury must determine whether a Kentucky woman should have known earlier that her paralysis was partly caused by the failure of

Valet Driver’s Shortcut Results in $27M Award for Bicycle Lane Rider’s Injuries

Jan 4, 2017 By: Jury Verdicts

Valet Driver’s Shortcut Results in $27M Award for Bicycle Lane Rider’s Injuries Colyn v. Standard Parking Corporation; Warn (Wash.Super) 2016 WL 7388498 Verdict

It is a matter of common knowledge that snow gathers on a car’s windshield during a snowstorm

Dec 30, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

It is a matter of common knowledge that snow gathers on a car’s windshield during a snowstorm.

A motorist who drives faster than he should in a snowstorm is required to use extra caution

Dec 29, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

A motorist who drives faster than he should in a snowstorm is required to use extra caution.

The virtues of investigating your judge and opposing counsel

Dec 28, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

To best prepare for trial, attorneys should familiarize themselves with their opposing counsel and judge as individuals.

Taillight of truck that could hardly be seen at night during snowstorm was legally too dim

Dec 28, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

Taillight of truck that could hardly be seen at night during snowstorm was legally too dim.

Waitress Dropped Food Tray on Convention Center Diner; $2.3M for Closed Head/Neck Injuries

Dec 27, 2016 By: Jury Verdicts

Mecca v. Buffalo Niagara Convention Center Management Corporation (N.Y.Sup.) Waitress Dropped Food Tray on Convention Center Diner; $2.3M for Closed Head/Neck Injuries

The difficulties of driving through a snowstorm are no excuse to break the law

Dec 27, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

The difficulties of driving through a snowstorm are no excuse to break the law.

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