Mar 15, 2017 By: Lauren Sobel
Social media allows people to share all kinds of information with the public, and many use it to detail every aspect of
Jan 27, 2017 By: Richard D.R. Hoffmann
A New York court held on two separate occasions that purchases of receivables at discounted prices were not usurious loans under New
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.
Nov 28, 2016 By: Benjamin Heiss
Amendments to both the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure (FRAP) and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) will become effective on December 1, 2016.
Nov 18, 2016 By: Lauren Sobel
Join Practical Law and Samantha V. Ettari, E-Discovery Counsel at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, for a discussion of the key issues and best practices surrounding social media in litigation.
Nov 15, 2016 By: David Light
A creditor holding two mortgages could not waive a portion of the amount owed on the senior mortgage in order to keep the junior mortgage from being stripped off in the homeowner’s Chapter 13 case
Oct 7, 2016 By: Ron Baker
A San Diego federal judge has dismissed a suit by two plaintiffs who say false readings from INRatio home blood test monitors
Aug 15, 2016 By: David Light
A debtor who sought to reaffirm a debt — secured by a Jaguar he bought just before filing for bankruptcy — might be a candidate for the “Chutzpah of the Year” award.
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.
Nov 25, 2015 By: Melissa Sachs
Happy Thanksgiving! This week some highlights from the Westlaw Journal blog include stories about the Lakers, Goldman Sachs and home-sharing site HomeAway Inc.: