Statute of Limitations

Statute of Limitations refers to a statute that sets the time period during which a legal claim can be brought. Most statute of limitations laws require individuals to sue at some point during a set period... more +
Statute of Limitations refers to a statute that sets the time period during which a legal claim can be brought. Most statute of limitations laws require individuals to sue at some point during a set period usually commencing from the date of the wrong or injury or the discovery of the wrong or injury. Except for under a limited set of circumstances, if an individual does not file a suit within the specified time period, the law bars them from ever suing on that claim. less -
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Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review

FHFA Releases 2015 Performance and Accountability Report - On November 16. 2015, the Federal Housing Finance Agency released a report that analyzes its duties as regulator of the Federal Home Loan Bank System and as...more

Inside the Courts: An Update From Skadden Securities Litigators - November 2015 / Volume 7 / Issue 4

We are pleased to present Inside the Courts (Volume 7, Issue 4), Skadden’s securities litigation newsletter. This quarter’s issue includes summaries and associated court opinions of selected cases principally decided between...more

Firefighter’s Twelve Year Court Battle Over Racial Discrimination Ends in Reversal of His Million Dollar Judgment

In Jabari Jumaane v. City of Los Angeles (Ct. of Appeal B255763), published November 10, 2015, the Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District ended 12 years of see-saw litigation, ruling that the racial discrimination...more

Florida Appellate Court Provides New Insight on the Statute of Limitations and Pleading Re-Filed Foreclosures

In Hicks v. Wells Fargo, 5D14-1748, Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal issued the first appellate opinion to pass on the proper method of pleading a re-filed foreclosure where a prior foreclosure effort was dismissed...more

Insurers From Coast to Coast Notch Suit Limitation Victories

Over the last several months, courts in Washington, Kansas, and Virginia have awarded victories to carriers asserting a suit limitation defense, and there are three valuable takeaways from the decisions. First, the insurer...more

New York Court Dismisses Insureds’ Bad Faith and Fraud Claims

In its recent decision in Clement v. Farmington Cas. Co., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 152221 (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 10, 2015), the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York had occasion to consider what causes of...more

2009 Caiola Family Trust v. PWA, LLC, C.A. No. 8028-VCP (Del. Ch. Oct. 14, 2015) (Parsons, V.C.)

In this 91-page post-trial opinion addressing a dispute between members of a Delaware limited liability company formed to own and operate a residential apartment complex in Kansas, the Court of Chancery held that the...more

Superior Court Explains Continuing Contract Law

The statute of limitations for a breach of a "continuous contract” does not accrue until the contract is at an end. But what is a ”continuous contract?” This decision attempts to explain that concept that largely turns on...more

Seventh Circuit Backs Employer on Running of FMLA Statute of Limitations

Family and Medical Leave Act contains a two-year statute of limitations for claims of interference with or retaliation against protected employee activity. Last month, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals faced questions over...more

PilieroMazza Legal Advisor - Fourth Quarter 2015

More Small Business Subcontracting Plan Changes: SBA Proposes to Allow Subcontracting Plan Credit for Small Business Subcontractors at any Tier - Following recent proposed changes to the FAR’s small business...more

Retail and Consumer Products Law Roundup - November 2015

We are pleased to share with you the first issue of Manatt's Retail and Consumer Products Law Roundup. The newsletter will be published on a monthly basis and will survey topics of critical importance to the retail,...more

"Congress Overhauls Partnership Audit and Litigation Procedures"

On November 2, 2015, President Barack Obama signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (the Act). The Act overhauls the partnership audit and litigation rules in the Internal Revenue Code, repealing both the provisions...more

Three Important Structured Finance Court Decisions of 2015

The courts have been busy this year, handing down several key decisions which have affected the structured finance landscape.  Among them are Omnicare, Ace Securities and Madden.  In the grand tradition of the Golden Turkey...more

New Hampshire Federal Court Rules That England’s Statute Of Limitations Applies To A Cedent’s Breach Of Contract Claim

In a diversity action based upon breach of a facultative reinsurance certificate, a New Hampshire federal court recently held that England’s six-year statute of limitations governed a cedent’s contract claim, rejecting the...more

Time Is Precious with Computer-Hacking Claims

A recent ruling shows that plaintiffs must act fast when using a federal criminal statute for a civil suit. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in August addressed the proper application of the statute of...more

Product Liability Update - October 2015

Massachusetts Federal Court Holds Proof of Testing of Proposed Alternative Design Not Required in Design Defect Claim, Evidence Plaintiff Ignored Defendant’s Warnings Did Not Establish He Was Sole Proximate Cause of Injury on...more

New Partnership Audit Rules Heading Our Way?

The budget bill introduced yesterday includes a proposal to revamp/streamline how partnerships are audited. Specifically, it would repeal the much maligned TEFRA (1982 Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act) rules....more

Land Use & Natural Resources Case Law Update: Third Quarter 2015

The court of appeal upheld the City of Carson’s denial of an application to convert a mobilehome rental park to a subdivision of resident-owned lots. The city’s denial of the application was based on its inconsistency with...more

Planning for the Future and Knowing the Past

Planning is words on a page and lines on a map. It is not reality, but a projection of the future. And the future is uncertain – just ask those who predict when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates. ...more

ELL SCOTUS SERIES: # 1 – Green v. Brennan

As the Supreme Court of the United States begins their October 2015 term, the Employment Law Lookout Blog Team wanted to provide our readers with a preview (and then later a “post-view”) of the several cases being heard by...more

Denial Isn’t Just A River In Egypt – It May Be Defamation. Ask Bill Cosby.

This is essentially what recently happened to Bill Cosby. Three women said that Mr. Cosby sexually abused them many years ago, before many of you were born. The incidents fell well outside the statutes of limitations, so the...more

Seventh Circuit Holds That FMLA Limitations Period Begins To Run At Time Of Each Leave Denial

On October 20, the Seventh Circuit held, in Barrett v. Illinois Department of Corrections, that a former state employee’s Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) denial of leave claim was untimely because suit was not filed...more

The Forthcoming Amendments to Regulation C – a Litigation Perspective

Dorsey partner Eric Epstein and Dorsey associate Augustine Lo wrote this recent article for The Real Estate Finance Journal regarding the new amendments to the HMDA regulation, Regulation C. This article discusses three...more

Restrictions on Condominium Conversions

Now that the recession is beginning to become a memory of the past, the demand for housing is on the rise, and with it is the explosive interest in the multifamily market. As more Americans are choosing to marry later and...more

Real Property, Financial Services & Title Insurance Update: Week Ending October 16, 2015

REAL PROPERTY UPDATE - - Foreclosure/Standing: although bank established it had possession of note prior to commencement of action, bank did not demonstrate when blank endorsement was placed on note, nor did it prove it...more

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