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Theme Park Defense 10 Things to Know

by Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell on

Florida’s theme parks attract millions of visitors each year. Any business with that volume of visitors is certain to encounter litigation. Theme park litigation is unique because it incorporates many different types of...more

Violence Against Women

by Sherman & Howard L.L.C. on

The facts alleged are horrific. A supervisor had a history of screaming obscenities and throwing things at women who worked for him. The employer sent him to anger management classes. His preferred victim was seven months...more

Contractor not liable following tunnel collapse

by White & Case LLP on

A recent Scottish case absolved a contractor from liability for the collapse of a tunnel as part of a hydroelectric scheme. This was because the contractor exercised reasonable skill and care, and did not guarantee the...more

Keeping Section 5 Alive: The FTC Brings Suit Against D-Link

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has filed suit against Taiwan-based D-Link Corporation and D-Link Systems, Inc. (collectively, “D-Link”), manufacturers and sellers of home networking devices including routers,...more

Rail Passenger Rights Extended from 1 October 2016

by Dentons on

Introduction - On 6 September 2016, the UK government announced that the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the Act) will apply in full to all mainline passenger rail services from 1 October 2016. This represents a...more

Summary Judgment May Be Appropriate When Insured Fails to Take Reasonable Measures to Prevent Property Damage

by Cozen O'Connor on

Many first party property insurance policies exclude claims for water damage that occurs when the insured premises is left vacant or unoccupied, unless the insured has used reasonable care to prevent such losses. In...more

Passing on Healthcare Liability Claims Against Passive Investors in Tennessee

by Butler Snow LLP on

Tennessee recently enacted a law that limits who may be named as a defendant in a healthcare liability action. For causes arising on or after April 24, 2015, a healthcare liability action may only be brought “against the...more

Preparing Your Organization Today to Win Its Future (Possibly Inevitable) Cyber Lawsuit: Making Crown Jewels Out of Paper

One day in the not too distant future, your organization may be fighting to protect its balance sheet against high-stakes claims in a cyber tort trial. Arrayed against you will be the best of the class action plaintiff’s...more

All Employees Must Wash Hands: Case Dismissed on the Grounds of In Pari Delicto

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

In a January 19, 2016 Commercial Division decision by Justice Bransten, the court granted defendants’ motions to dismiss on the grounds of in pari delicto....more

Court of Appeal case - of interest to Security Trustees

by Bryan Cave on

Including an unsecured creditor in an agreed payments waterfall does not by itself confer on that unsecured creditor the benefit of a mortgagee’s usual duties on enforcement of security, or a direct claim against the sale...more

Prevent the Itch! Hospitality Industry Tips to Avoid or Manage the Risk of Bed Bugs

by Pessin Katz Law, P.A. on

It’s hard not to love travel. The Dalai Lama suggests “Once a year, go somewhere you have never been before,” and Audrey Hepburn proclaimed that “Paris is always a good idea.” But with bed bugs on the rise, travelers may be...more

Straight Talk: FRCP Rule Changes in Layman’s Terms

by Exterro, Inc. on

Here at Exterro, we recently closed a multi-year software licensing opportunity with a large city government. We began talking with them about their acquisition of e-discovery software in April of this year, and from the...more

EB-5 Due Diligence Matters

by Mintz Levin on

Private placement offerings are an increasingly active part of the securities business. One especially complicated and emerging area of private placements is the EB-5 Investor Visa Regional Center Program. Under the current...more

Third Circuit Adopts Constructive Knowledge Standard To Reverse Vacatur Of Award

by Carlton Fields on

The Third Circuit reversed an order vacating an arbitration award after concluding that the plaintiff had waived its right of waiver. In the decision, the Third Circuit joined the First, Second, Eighth, and Ninth Circuits in...more

One Size Does Not Fit All: Written Disclosure Policies in a Time of Increased SEC Enforcement

by Cozen O'Connor on

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues to increase its enforcement efforts in the municipal bond market by focusing on the sufficiency and timeliness of disclosure in initial municipal securities...more

Did You Grow Corn in the Past Two Years? You’re Part of a Lawsuit

by Varnum LLP on

Corn farmers across the county have collectively filed more than 20,000 lawsuits against Syngenta. In 2010, Syngenta released GMO seed before it was approved by some export markets, most notably China. That GMO corn later...more

Enforceability of Confidentiality Agreements – Confidential Information Must Be “Confidential”

by Tucker Arensberg, P.C. on

For many companies, entering into confidentiality or non-disclosure agreements is common practice when sharing confidential or proprietary information with third parties. However, as the recent case nClosures, Inc. v. Block...more

Vermont supreme court makes radical change to premises liability law

by Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC on

In a significant decision issued on Friday, July 18, 2014, involving a retail store, the Vermont Supreme Court has abolished the old premises liability distinction between “business invitees” (i.e., customers) and licensees...more

Idaho Real Estate & Development Law Update: Robinson v. Mueller

by Stoel Rives LLP on

In the case of Robinson v. Mueller released April 1, 2014, the Idaho Court of Appeals covered some new ground and revisited some old ground. New Ground: “As between a tenant’s social guest and the landlord--the...more

SEC Staff Issues New Guidance on Rule 506 Bad Actor Disqualification

by Goodwin on

The staff of the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance posted additional Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (see Questions 260.14 through 260.27) to the SEC website that address the “bad actor” disqualification...more

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