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Dissolved Corporations in Delaware Retain Immortality and Liability

The Supreme Court of Delaware recently ruled that asbestos claimants can pursue their personal injury claims against dissolved corporations if the dissolved corporations have undistributed “property,” including unexhausted...more

Post Asset Search Legal Tools

Conducting an asset search on a subject is the first step for businesses and individuals to receive payments that are due to them. Most thorough asset searches cost less than $300.00 and provide existing assets of a subject...more

Gene Grabowski on Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices [Video]

Today, it’s nutritional supplements. Yesterday it was Vioxx. The day before that, it was Fen-Phen. Tomorrow it may be your favorite over-the-counter pain reliever. The pharmaceutical industry is a playground for plaintiffs’...more

Oklahoma Supreme Court Declares Comprehensive Lawsuit Reform Act Of 2009 Unconstitutional

The Oklahoma legislature enacted the Comprehensive Lawsuit Reform Act of 2009, or H.B. 1603, to limit corporate liability for personal injury by curbing the availability of class actions and limiting product liability cases....more

California Supreme Court Holds Survival Statute Does Not Apply to Out-Of-State Corporations

The California Supreme Court recently held that the state’s statute governing wind-up and survival of dissolved corporations does not apply to out-of-state corporations. (Greb v. Diamond Int’l Corp., S183365, 2013 WL 628328...more

Asbestos Alert: Supreme Court Clarifies When Dissolved Corporations May Be Sued Greb v Diamond International Corp...

Dissolved corporations are frequently sued after their dissolution has taken place in an effort to reach insurance policy coverage for the claim being made. California has a statute, Corporation Code §2010, which does not...more

“I blame the parents”: Parent companies (in the UK) may owe a duty of care to their subsidiaries’ employees

The English Court of Appeal recently delivered a judgment in Chandler v Cape Plc [2012] EWCA Civ 525 which has potentially significant implications for groups of companies. It is also a warning of contingent liabilities which...more

Alien Tort Statute Development

Since we blogged about the Supreme Court’s certiorari grant in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, 10-1491, we figured we owe our readers an update about a significant status change. As we mentioned before, the Court...more

Reviewing the Legal Reviewers

Thanks to the rise of internet prominence, consumers have changed the way they look for attorneys. While they used to turn to attorneys they already know and look in the Yellow Pages, consumers are now going to Google and...more

Third Party "Alter Ego" Subpoena Quashed

The U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada quashed a third party subpoena on a bank because the subpoena was overbroad. Plaintiffs sued a series of individuals and corporate entities for construction defects, fraud...more

Report on Effects of Asbestos Dust on the Lungs and the Supression in the Asbestos Industry

The first major clinical study involving hundreds of asbestos workers was conducted by Dr. Merewether, a prominent medical researcher. His study indicates that one out of every 4 workers was suffering from asbestosis. His...more

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