Actual Injuries

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Additional California Rulings on Right to Repair Act Defense

In August 2013, we reported that Christmas had come early for the California subrogation community due to a recent decision from the Court of Appeals which found that the “Right to Repair Act” (SB 800) did not apply to cases...more

I have never been in so much pain. Why does my insurance company insist that I have suffered a “minor” injury?

In September, 2010, the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (“SABS”) was amended to introduce the Minor Injury Guideline (“MIG”). Many people are surprised to hear that their injuries are being described as “minor”. In fact,...more

Does Every 10% Owner Owe A Fiduciary Duty To The Corporation?

If I told you that all 10% owners owe a fiduciary duty to the corporation, I’d be surprised if you weren’t surprised. However, that was, in fact, the holding of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals last October in Donoghue v....more

No More Sticker Shock — Congress Eliminates the External Fee Notice Requirement in the Electronic Fund Transfer Act

Congress gave banks and other ATM operators an early holiday present this year. On December 11, the Senate unanimously passed S. 3204, which eliminates the external fee notice requirement in the Electronic Fund Transfer Act,...more

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