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Appeals Court Upholds Damage Calculation Based on Selective Parts of Expert Testimony

USA - May 12 2017 The New Jersey Appellate Division has sustained the trial court’s decision to pick and choose portions of the plaintiff’s expert’s testimony in…

Company Breached Arbitration Agreement by Refusing to Pay Arbitration Expenses

USA - May 12 2017 Businesses, especially those dealing directly with consumers, have routinely sought to bind their customers to an arbitration remedy in the event of a…

New Jersey State Courts Continue to Scrutinize Arbitration Agreements

USA - April 20 2017 This spring has seen a new crop of state court decisions addressing the enforceability of arbitration agreements in New Jersey. In Roach v. BM…

Matthew J. Fedor, Michael P. Daly.

Fallout from the 2014 Polar Vortex: Lessons from Enforcement Actions against Variable Rate Retail Energy Suppliers in Pennsylvania

USA - February 24 2017 As the winter weather hits with full force in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states, we thought it would be helpful to give a brief overview of…

Appeals Court Reverses Grant of “11th Hour” Motion to Strike Expert

USA - February 9 2017 Parties will frequently seek to strike the opinions offered by their adversaries’ experts as legally insufficient. While there are a variety of bases…