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
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
...TORTSPharmaceutical Products Liability • RICO • Conspiracy • Causation • State Consumer Protection Laws • Standing...
... RICO claims brought against GlaxoSmithKline for its marketing of the diabetes drug Avandia...
...auto accident cases with bogus medical records. In its civil RICO complaint, State Farm alleged that Snyder conceived of the scheme to secure...
In B.H. v. Easton Area School District, the Third Circuit decided that, absent disruption, public school principals may not restrict "plausibly political" student speech or speech with a social messa
In its 2005 watershed opinion in Granholm v. Heald, the U.S. Supreme Court declared a state alcohol law that discriminates against out-of-state producers in favor of in-state producers to be a violat
...in his opinion that CSX was entitled to a trebled judgment under RICO. "This court finds that judgment may be corrected or...
After last term's fireworks, casual observers of the U.S. Supreme Court may find it hard to believe that there remains anything left for the Supreme Court to decide. Somehow, though, the justices wil
In prosecuting legal malpractice actions and other consumer causes arising from financial injury, this author is, unfortunately, often the recipient of tit-for-tat Dragonetti and sanctions threats
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