Even truthful statements can sometimes create a misleading impression. Take these two sentences as an example: "Company A's decisions were made in New York. Banker B, who represents Company A, is loc
One would expect that, in the more than 20 years since the U.S. Supreme Court's seminal decision regarding admissibility of expert witness testimony, the parameters of proving fundamental issues woul
...TORTSUniversity Professor • Collective Bargaining Agreement • Defamation • Tenure & Promotion • Sovereign Immunity • Scope of Employment...
...are protected by judicial privilege from that company's claims of defamation and tortious interference, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled. Hedge...
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Many associate bullying with kids and schools. Much less attention is paid to workplace bullying. As a result, many employers don't see the need to take a proactive stance against workplace bullying
The jurisdiction cases reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court are rarely headline-grabbing. Nonetheless, those cases exert a significant effect on the civil litigation that fills the nation's dockets
...Spanier's writ of summons paving the way for a potential defamation suit. On Tuesday, Freeh filed a motion with the Centre...
Jurors expect information to be presented in a way that accommodates them. And with today's jury groups being composed of more Generation X and Y-ers - two groups that thrive in an environment where
Hardball tactics are common in business. Often, the law not only does not prohibit such tactics, it encourages them in the name of vibrant competition and efficiency. However, there are lines that ca
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