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Think tank asks companies to weigh risks of using politically aligned media for ads

Jan 20, 2017 By: Daniel Rice

A conservative think tank has submitted a shareholder proposal at several companies asking them to report on the risks associated with advertising

Trump defeats $4 million defamation suit over tweets

Jan 20, 2017 By: Melissa Sachs

A political strategist may not sue President-elect Donald Trump for defamation based on his tweets that claimed she had turned hostile after

Pennsylvania ordered to give Abu-Jamal costly but curative hepatitis C treatment

Jan 18, 2017 By: Jodine Mayberry

In a ruling that may have wide-ranging consequences, a Pennsylvania federal judge has granted high-profile inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal an injunction, ordering state

Court allows tuna price-fixing claim to proceed

Jan 12, 2017 By: Elizabeth T. Brown

A San Diego federal judge has allowed direct and indirect purchasers to proceed with claims that Bumble Bee Foods LLC, StarKist Co.

Florida prison death suit to advance on most claims

Jan 11, 2017 By: Jodine Mayberry

A federal judge in Florida has refused to dismiss civil rights and related claims against Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri and other

Lawyers seek more tech training, ABA survey finds

Jan 10, 2017 By: Melissa Sachs

Lawyers at firms of all sizes want live training classes on technology, but this kind of instruction is often scarce at smaller

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

Kimberly-Clark says doctor deserves blame for broken feeding tube

Dec 23, 2016 By: Ron Baker

Kimberly-Clark Corp. is fighting a suit alleging it manufactured a defective feeding tube that hastened a Lou Gehrig’s disease patient’s death, telling a Pennsylvania federal court that a doctor is to blame because he mishandled the device.

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