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Recent Developments in Maritime Punitive Damages

In 2009, in Atlantic Sounding Co., Inc. v. Townsend, the Supreme Court “sea tossed” the law of maritime damages when it held that punitive damages are recoverable for an employer’s willful and wanton failure to provide a...more

PA Tax Law News -- December 2013: PA Issues On Appeal - Sales and Use Tax (Part 1)

In our last issue of PA Tax Law News, we provided a list of arguments raised in Pennsylvania Corporate Net Income Tax, Capital Stock Tax and Franchise Tax appeals recently filed with the Commonwealth Court. The purpose of...more

Argument Report: Illinois Supreme Court Actively Questions Both Sides in Controversial Condo Case

When the Appellate Court's decision came down, the Chicago Tribune called it a "ground-breaking decision that "has stunned the condominium community nationwide." So will the Illinois Supreme Court overturn the Second...more

What is spousal maintenance and how is it determined in Arizona? [Video]

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's Board Certified Family Law Specialist Mitchell Reichman discusses what Spousal Maintenance is and how it is determined in Arizona. He also describes the time frame associated with...more

California Court of Appeal Allows Tenant's Fraud Suit Against Shopping Center Landlord Based on Estimates for Real Property Taxes,...

Last week, the California Court of Appeal for the Second District reversed a trial court’s decision which dismissed a tenant’s lawsuit against a shopping center landlord based on the disparity between estimates of certain...more

Leases Don’t Last Forever

Did you know that leases which may have been intended to be renewable in perpetuity, if at all uncertain in that regard, will be construed as importing but one renewal?...more

$8 Million Penalty for Weak ITAR Compliance: How the Price of Maintenance Beats the Cost of Repair

On April, 30, 2013, Raytheon Company, a major military electronics and weapons manufacturer, agreed with the U.S. Department of State to pay $8 million in civil penalties and remedial expenditures to settle alleged violations...more

Accidents Due to Improperly Maintained Trucks

A recent example of the deadly consequences for failing to properly maintain a vehicle was a truck crash that occurred in Nevada in 2011. A tractor-trailer failed to stop at an active railroad crossing and collided with an...more

Addressing the Maintenance Backlog in Victorian Schools – is a PPP the Answer?

The results of the audit report into Victorian schools announced on 20 February 2013 revealed a AUD420 million maintenance backlog with over 5,000 school buildings identified as falling below the standards set by Department...more

Ober|Kaler Obtains Confirmation of Significant Arbitration Award for Condo Unit Owner’s Claim

Ober|Kaler Construction Group principal Raymond D. Burke and associates Matthew T. Vocci and Jackson B. Boyd secured judicial confirmation last year in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of a significant arbitration award...more

Section 98 Agreements

When the Condominium Act, 1998 (the “Act”) was under development, one of the many issues the government was asked to address by condominium corporations and unit owners alike was the general prohibition of changes to the...more

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