Complex Torts & Product Liability
January 3, 2018 | Brian L. Feld | |
Brian Feld’s article, “Mutation and Evolution: The Effect of the BAP1 Gene on Asbestos Litigation,” appeared in the December 29, 2017, newsletter of DRI’s Toxic Tort and Environmental Law Committee.
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August 31, 2017 | Paul V. Majkowski |
Paul Majkowski published an article in the American Bar Association – Mass Torts Litigation, “Update to In re: General Mills Glyposate Litigation.
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June 20, 2017 | | |
Data often is the lifeblood of a business. When a database is breached in one way or another, the results can be devastating—especially if the data falls into the hands of a competitor.
Many companies suffering this kind of loss turn to litigation. Perhaps in an effort to obtain federal court jurisdiction, they may assertRead More
May 30, 2017 |
As is frequently the case, a regulatory development or finding will serve as the impetus for activity in the realm of toxic tort. From the plaintiff’s perspective, the underlying science has been given the patina of credibility by the regulatory action; from the defense view, the regulatory action does not elevate the underlying science toRead More
May 25, 2017 | |
There is a potential compliance “blind spot” associated with what many in the healthcare industry would regard as ordinary practice acquisitions and joint ventures involving hospitals and other provider organizations. This area of possible vulnerability arises from the payment of consideration for what are sometimes insufficiently delineated assets of the target or partner entity. IfRead More
May 10, 2017 |
This article examines a variety of recent lead-paint decisions issued by New York courts, from trial level, to appellate, to the state’s highest court.
As these cases suggest, lead-paint complaints against landlords and property owners are likely to continue to be filed in New York courts for some time to come.
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April 21, 2017 | | |
By now, anyone who uses a cell phone or other method to access the Internet—virtually everyone—has heard of “cookies” intended to track their online activities. Many individuals who object to tracking take steps to block cookies through privacy settings on their web browsers and other technologies. However, in a decision with important implications for thoseRead More
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio has ruled that multiple sales of tabletop torches amounted to separate occurrences for purposes of triggering the torch seller’s excess insurance policy.
Several lawsuits were filed against Big Lots Stores, Inc., by plaintiffs in Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Texas alleging that they hadRead More
April 3, 2017 | |
David Richman’s paper, “Motions in Limine and Opening Statements,” was published in the New York State Bar Association’s book entitled, “Preparing For and Trying the Civil Lawsuit,” which, according to the foreword, was created to “inform both the aspiring trial attorney and the seasoned practitioner of the ‘how to’ of litigation practice.”
David’s chapter discussesRead More
March 15, 2017 | | |
In a recent decision, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York considered whether principles of judicial estoppel may prevent an assignee of a legal malpractice claim from prevailing on a claim against his former adversary’s attorneys. Molina v. Faust Goetz Schenker & Blee, LLP, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 13568 (S.D.N.Y.Read More
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