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By Timothy J. Hammersmith
Practically, the Plaintiff in this case was seeking to have hospitals share part of the growing real property tax burden.
By David J. Stein
Fresh on the heels of this ruling, the Supreme Court this October heard arguments in three additional arbitration-related matters.
By Bryan Y. Funai
As a result, it is essential that care be taken in filing applications with USCIS in order to avoid the RFE or subsequent denial.
By Asa Markel, Miho Lee
The Court of Appeal determined that Garcia satisfied (A) and (B), but not (C) of the ABC test.
By John B. Stanis
Out-of-date agreements and clauses can result in unnecessary litigation, confusion and waste of the company's resources.
By Stephen M. Proctor
NewSpin found the defendant, Arrow Electronics, which dealt in these types of electronic components.
By Timothy J. Hammersmith
Court cases interpreting title insurance coverage originate in various jurisdictions around the United States and are typically relied on or distinguished readily by other courts that have not faced the same question before.
By Stephen M. Proctor
The Great Recession of 2008 may seem a distant memory.
By Asa Markel
Many companies have already begun reviewing their supply chains to determine if it is possible to avoid or minimize the use of Chinese factories in the production of their products and components...
By Nancy Sasamoto
While there have been cases where conduct was found to be "sexual horseplay" that could give rise to tort liability, but not discrimination, asserting such a defense is extremely risky.
By Stephen M. Proctor
Drafters frequently use language such as "Notwithstanding anything [in this section] or [in this agreement]" to emphasize and make clear the importance ...
By Steven L. Katz
It is not uncommon for plaintiff's counsel to assert creative theories in an effort to establish personal jurisdiction over a defendant in a particular forum.
By Stephen M. Proctor
Richard Carter was a rancher in Wyoming where he operated a family-owned cattle ranch. He had the misfortune of using a dishonest broker who cost him a lot of money.
By Asa Markel, Miho Lee
California recently passed one of the strictest data privacy laws in the country, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, which will go into effect on January 1, 2020.
By Stephen M. Proctor
Can an unsigned contract still be a contract? The answer is yes, for statute of limitations purposes, says the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
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