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- Pa. Malpractice Reforms Could Set the Pace for Other States. Rogoff, Andrew R.; Ahonkhai, Imiebihoro T. // Physician Executive;May/Jun2003, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p30
Reports on the changes introduced by the state Supreme Court in Pennsylvania that may help curb baseless litigation. Rules requiring filing of a certificate of merit with any professional liability lawsuit; Change in rules to end venue shopping; Relief to doctors from the state's malpractice...
- Habeas Corpus--O'Sullivan v. Boerckel. Ryan, Jason M. // American Journal of Criminal Law;Summer99, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p537
Presents information on the case O'Sullivan vs. Boerckel. Facts of the case; Issues raised by Boerckel in his petition with the Illinois Supreme Court; Decision on the case.
- Zelman: The Court Gets It Right. Uhlmann, Michael M. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan2003, Issue 129, p9
Assesses the importance of the decision of Supreme Court concerning on the 2002 decision upholding the Cleveland school voucher program. Emphasis of the court ruling against the Zelman v. Simmon-Harris case; Insights of the opinion of the court written by Chief Justice William Rehnquist;...
- A Two Time Loser. // Insurance Advocate;4/26/2004, Vol. 115 Issue 16, p14
Presents a summary of the legal malpractice case "Taylor v. Pulvers Pulvers Thompson & Kuttner" heard at the New York County Supreme Court. Allegation of the firm's failure to take a default againts one of the defendants; Details of the testimony of the plaintiff; Decision of the court.
- The Case Of The Lost Wheel. // Insurance Advocate;4/26/2004, Vol. 115 Issue 16, p14
Presents a summary of the case "Gleen v. Couvopoulo," heard at the Supreme Court of Nassau County, New York. Background of the case; Details of foreseeability and causation; Decision of the court.
- Truth or consequences. Tschida, Molly // Modern Physician;Jun99, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p12
Reports on the decision of the New York Court of Appeals that a Westchester County couple could sue IntegraMed, a fertility clinic, for false advertising. Details on the case; Charges filed by the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs against the clinic; Statement from the appeals court.
- Court Clarifies Sweeping California Employment Law. Jackson, Liane // Corporate Legal Times;May2003, Vol. 13 Issue 138, p56
Focuses on the ruling of the Supreme Court (SC) on the case 'Colmenares v. Braemar,' where the court has decided that disability claims requires a condition which substantially limits a major life activity. Facts of the case; Merits of the case; Contention of the plaintiff; Argument of the...
- REVIEW OF COURT DECISIONS. // Dispute Resolution Journal;May-Jul2010, Vol. 65 Issue 2/3, p158
The article discusses the decisions of the court regarding several cases including arbitration on direct-action claim of Anthony Todd, evident partiality under Oregon law, and arbitration and state statutes of limitations. The Court of Appeals rules that appearance of partiality is not enough to...
- $10.2 million award upheld in VW Vanagon belt case. Freedman, Eric // Automotive News;12/9/2002, Vol. 77 Issue 6015, p10
Reports that a federal appeals court in Boston, Massachusetts affirmed a multi-million dollar award in a law suit alleging that Volkswagen of America Inc. and Volkswagen AG negligently failed to equip a 1986 Vangon with shoulder belts for rear-seat passengers. Injury and death caused to...