If a railroad company uses but does not own a railroad line, should it pick up some of the bill when a neighboring structure is demolished
Two limited liability companies that asserted aggrieved party status lacked standing to appeal a zoning hearing board decision because the companies' non-attorney principal represented them at the Ma
Pending state court litigation over the validity of an insurance policy is no bar to a federal suit over the same policy if it raises distinct issues under ERISA that could not be litigated in the st
The Superior Court has ruled that a corporation's umbrella insurance policy must cover an employee during an out-of-town weekend trek to search for a company cell phone lost at a job site, even thoug
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