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Sanctions ordered against business for unintentional failure to protect evidence in anticipation of litigation

Following a broadening trend, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California recently held that a party is subject to sanctions – including an adverse inference instruction at trial – for negligently failing...more

Medical Malpractice: Proving Your Case

Just because your medical procedure did not go as planned and your recovery was longer than anticipated, this does not mean your doctor committed medical malpractice. In order to prevail in a medical malpractice case, you...more

Ontario Court Rejects Damage Recovery in Contamination Claim, Adopting a Strict Analysis That May Hinder Future Claims

In Midwest v. Thordarson (Midwest) 2013 ONSC 775, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed a property owner’s claim for damages for remediation costs stemming from the alleged migration of contaminants from a...more

Newtown Shootings Could Give Rise to More Litigation, Says Pinsky [Video]

Jan. 2 (Bloomberg Law) -- Attorney Irving Pinsky talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about his plans to sue Connecticut State and potential other defendants on behalf of an anonymous six year old survivor of the Sandy Hook...more

S.D.N.Y. Sanctions Ryan Leslie For Negligently Destroying His Laptop’s Hard Drive

It is not really a surprise when a celebrity makes the news after being sued; we see it happen all time. Those cases typically involve some sort of misconduct, domestic issue, or some other media-driven dispute. It is not...more

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