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In This Presentation:
- Offer of Judgment Statutes
- 768.79 Offers
- Rule 1.442
- What does an OJ include?
- Shifting Defendant’s Fees
- 768.79 Language
- Shifting Plaintiff’s Fees
- Subsequent Offers
I rely entirely on John Marsh of Hahn Loeser to provide details on one of the year's most important competition cases, American Chemical Society v. Leadscope. For this post, the holding is relevant in that it establishes - at...more
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