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Booze And Boating Don't Mix (But They Do Lead To An Interesting Discussion Of Negligent Entrustment)

USA - September 7 2018 Some sets of facts just seem tailor-made for a potential lawsuit. Climbing up a ladder with a chainsaw to cut your neighbor's tree limbs that are...


"I'm strong to the fin-ich. Cause I eats me spin-ach. I'm Popeye the . . . debt collector man?"

USA - August 30 2018 For lawyers, debt collection can be a trap for the unwary. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA") governs debt collection by both attorneys...


Lawyer Loses Challenge To Rule Limiting The Amount Of Time He Could Speak At City Council Meeting

USA - August 10 2018 There is a lawyer joke in here somewhere about lawyers suing to get more time to speak or how someone should sue to force lawyers to talk less...


Party That Drafted Arbitration Provision Moves To Have Provision Deemed Unenforceable. It Lost.

USA - August 3 2018 Most cases involving commercial contracts and arbitration provisions follow a similar pattern. They generally involve consumers arguing that they...


A New Twist On Who Gets The House When The Relationship Ends

USA - July 19 2018 If you read this blog then you know that failed relationships often make for the most interesting cases. For example, if your would-be spouse calls...