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Phelps Dunbar LLP | USA | 27 Feb 2019

Insurance Law Report: February 2019

The Texas Supreme Court reversed an appellate court’s ruling that policy limits were exhausted precluding coverage of defens...

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Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard PLLC | USA | 23 Aug 2017

Clean Water Act Enforcement: Mississippi Commission of Environmental Quality and Mississippi Facility Enter into Agreed Order

The Mississippi Commission of Environmental Quality (“MCEQ”) and Genesis Rail Services, LLC (“Genesis”) entered into a July 10th Agreed Order (“AO”)

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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP | USA | 9 Aug 2016

Mississippi CON Report - August 9, 2016

During the July 28, 2016, Certificate of Need meeting, Dr. Mary Currier, State Health Officer, concurred with the health and planning staff analysis

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Stoel Rives LLP | USA | 13 Nov 2012

Attorney expelled from Mississippi law firm is not entitled to share in proceeds of large contingent fee - a deal's a deal

Freedom of contract is a basic principle of Mississippi’s LLC Act, but freedom of contract includes the freedom to make a bad contract.

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Stoel Rives LLP | USA | 13 Aug 2012

Court dissolves real estate development company after ten years of inactivity

The Mississippi Supreme Court, in a case of first impression, recently interpreted the phrase “not reasonably practicable to carry on the business in conformity with the certificate of formation or the limited liability company agreement,” when an LLC member asked for judicial dissolution of the LLC.

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Stoel Rives LLP | USA | 24 Jun 2011

Unauthorized transfer and deed of trust in LLC property is void, lender loses its security

A theme running through many apparent-authority cases is the question of who loses: for example, the LLC whose property was used to secure unauthorized, personal borrowings by a member or manager, or the bank that in good faith made the loan to the malefactor?

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Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC | USA | 24 Jan 2011

New Mississippi law affecting limited liability companies

A new Mississippi law that went into effect on January 1, 2011 will have a significant impact on limited liability companies operating in the state.

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