Proving a bar customer was "visibly intoxicated" for purposes of dram-shop liability does not require eyewitness testimony, an appeals court says
The lack of an eyewitness is not fatal to plaintiffs' dram shop claim
The 204 attorneys featured in this, our 10th annual new-associates magazine, represent a 38.4 percent drop from 331 in last year's edition &mdash more than double last year's 18.5 percent dip from 40
Plaintiff's misidentification of the tortfeasor does not constitute an "extraordinary circumstance" warranting relaxation of the Tort Claims Act 90-day time constraint
Actual notice that one's property may be demolished at an unspecified future date does not satisfy or substantially comply with a municipality's statutory obligations to provide notice and a hearing
A horse-trainer employee does not fall within the plain meaning of the Horse Racing Injury Compensation Board Act's definition of a "horse racing industry employee," and the trainer is covered for he
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