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U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Decide Whether Wrongful Death Suits are Subject to Arbitration

The United States Supreme Court was recently asked to determine whether the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) preempts a state law rule that prohibits enforcement of pre-dispute arbitration agreements in certain wrongful death...more

Report from Counsel: Insights and Developments in the Law - Spring 2014

by Archer Norris PLC on

In this Newsletter: - Before You Start a Business . . . - Estate Planning—Powers of Appointment - Public Use Required for Eminent Domain - Tax-Free Gains from Home Sales - Recreational-Use...more

Don’t Text Your Savings Away

by Kaufman Law Group on

On Jan. 1, 2010, Illinois is joining more than 20 other states that have passed laws that prohibit texting while driving. So why is this important to your business or estate plan? In two words: Asset Protection. If you or...more

California Court of Appeal Refuses to Extend Insurer's Duties to Nonparty: Spouse of Deceased Insured Has No Independent Fraud...

A spouse may not sue an insurer for individual tort claims under a health insurance policy issued to his deceased wife. Refusing to create a new tort under California law, California’s Fourth Appellate District in The Mega...more

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