Scott E. Mollen, a partner at Herrick, Feinstein and an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law, reviews "County of Suffolk v. Givens," "Deutsche Bank National Trust v. Hinds," and "
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As a child, I spent hours dressed in a pink leotard and tutu, turning circles in front of my mirror. I dreamed of my destiny as a prima ballerina. Or the Queen of England
...Smith & Nephew Inc. (SNI). Her amended complaint alleged negligence, strict products liability, and breach of implied warranty. The FDA approved SNI's R3...
...have utilized as even a toehold for an investigation into its potential liability," the judge concluded. DeBow rejected the argument of the...
Two Northeast Pennsylvania bars have settled for a combined $6.6 million with a man who became quadriplegic after driving drunk and crashing his car into a tree
...was sold pursuant to a purchase and sale agreement among Delaware limited liability companies. The sellers undertook in the purchase agreement to perform and pay...
One of the most difficult times for in-house counsel is when they are on the receiving end of an adverse money judgment. The biggest concern usually is how to get the judgment turned around on the me
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...week of the collision, and filed suit pretty quickly after everyone denied liability," he said. Braun's clients included the children...
In their Corporate Insurance Law column, Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes of Schulte Roth & Zabel analyze a recent decision involving remediation of environmental contamination claims that add
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