A personal-injury plaintiff who deleted his Facebook account while the defendants were trying to access it has been sanctioned for spoliation
A chart of 145 law firms used most frequently by 37 companies
The District Court properly dismissed appellants' antitrust challenge to the setting of title insurance rates in New Jersey on the basis of the filed-rate doctrine and a lack of standing
Countrywide Home Loans, once the nation's largest mortgage lender, must pay $85,000 in legal fees as a sanction for willfully violating the automatic stay in a bankruptcy case
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The Bankruptcy Code's automatic stay prevents a mortgagee from accounting for a prepetition escrow shortage in its post-petition calculation of a mortgagor's future monthly escrow payments
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