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Volume XIII, Number 34

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Litigation, Trial, ADR, E-Discovery & Court News

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Date Title Organization
22
Dec
School Districts May Not Disclaim Obligations to Pay Retirement Benefits to Vested Employees Despite Expiration of Prior Collective Bargaining Agreements Johnson & Bell Ltd.
22
Dec
Transferring Personally Identifiable Information in Bankruptcy: Beware the Debtor’s Privacy Policy Much Shelist, P.C.
21
Dec
Food Safety Bill Leaves Senate with Unanimous Consent, House Vote Tuesday Marler Clark LLP PS
21
Dec
The Uncertain Future of Isolated DNA Patents Vedder Price
20
Dec
When the Toyota Way Went Wrong Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS)
19
Dec
Fifth Circuit Update: Stanford Receiver's Temporary Injunction Affirmed Hunton Andrews Kurth
17
Dec
Strengthening Policy Defenses to Non-Cooperation: Illinois Appellate Court Reaffirms Enforceability of Cooperation Clauses and Lawsuit Limitation Provisions Johnson & Bell Ltd.
15
Dec
Fifth Circuit Update: Insurance, Real Estate and NLRB (Oh My!) Hunton Andrews Kurth
14
Dec
Billing Clients Interest Fees on Lawyer Loans Legal, but Uncommon Center for Public Integrity
13
Dec
The Legal Recourse in a Sea of Oil Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS)
12
Dec
Wisconsin Court of Appeals: No Insurance Coverage for Negligent Misrepresentation Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
9
Dec
Adjusting the Inequitable Conduct Doctrine: Federal Circuit Hears Oral Arguments En Banc in Therasense Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
8
Dec
Wisconsin Court of Appeals Finds For Insurer Holding That Insured’s Alleged Negligence Was Not An Independent Concurrent Cause of An Accident von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
8
Dec
Parental Rights to Inspect Educational Records: Who Qualifies as a Parent? (West Virginia) Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
8
Dec
Seventh Circuit Announces a New Standard for Retaliatory Discharge Claims Brought Under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act Vedder Price
7
Dec
Lawyer Group (ABA) To Examine Ethical Pitfalls Raised in Center’s “Betting on Justice” Center for Public Integrity
6
Dec
The FTC's "Beefed Up" Definition of Competent and Reliable Scientific Evidence and POM's Counter-Offensive Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
6
Dec
Should Jurors Use the Internet? University of Washington School of Law
5
Dec
Bank Had No Duty to Advise Business Charge Card Owner that Bank had Obtained Judgment Against a Person Who Was Authorized to Use the Card Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
4
Dec
Q&A: Food Safety Modernization Act Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS)

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