PLC in Ann Arbor, Mich., practices in the areas of business litigation, aem-ployment litigation, defense of Schoollegal malpractice claims and complex civil litigation. He has served the State Bar of Michi
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The increase in civil litigation targeted at law enforcement agencies and their employees has required law enforcement executives to become increasingly conscious of liability. Today's law enforcement executive must fully understand numerous legal concepts pertaining to this type of litigation. While municipal liability is an
The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia Law School develops legal techniques to fight climate change, trains law students and lawyers in their use, and provides the legal profession and the . Global trends in climate change litigation: 2020 snapshot. Global trends in climate change litigation: 2020 snapshot: Change ). ., 2020 .
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DAVID B. PARKER is a trial lawyer and founder of Parker Mills LLP in Los Angeles. His practice is focused on commercial, professional liability and insurance litigation. Often described as a "lawyer’s lawyer," his practice extends to counseling and litigation in legal ethics and disputes between and among lawyers.
David B. Parker and William K. Mills 1. Malicious Prosecution Long referred to as a disfavored tort, malicious prosecution is one of the challenges any lawyer, especially including entertainment and other high profile lawyers involved in high stakes litigation, must consider in advance of planning and executing a litigation strategy. Attempting
EXCEPTION IN SECURITIES CLASS ACTIONS 23 The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA) reverses the presumption favoring discovery. ³In any private action arising under this chapter, all discovery and other proceedings shall be stayed during the pendency of any motion to dismiss,
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This survey of law has been prepared by the Products Liability Group of the Primerus International Society of Law Firms, Defense Institute and replaces the earlier April 2012 survey. Although our focus is the defense of products liability litigation, this survey of law applies generally to any company that finds itself the target of litigation in
Group of Rivkin Radler LLP in New York City, and they have experience litigating product liability issues in the Korean courts. Mr. Majkowski is a member of DRI’s Product Liability and Toxic Tort and Environmental Law Committees. Korea International Litigation of Product Liability Claims those jurisdictions seems apt to increase,
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