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A suit over a revealing picture in a New Jersey high school yearbook has become a symposium on education and tort-claim law, and it is teaching a school board and nine former students why it?s good t
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A U.S. Supreme Court win isn't supposed to come back to haunt you, but for HMOs, that just might happen. In Pegram v. Herdrich, the justices ruled patients could not sue HMOs on the theory that incen
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