Testimony questioned the practices of the Law Offices of Peter Angelos, arguing it hasn’t taken advantage of open trial slots in the past.
The business community and legal reform groups are fighting a decision that exposes asbestos defendants to higher verdicts in New York City.
For the moment, a New York law firm upset with online reviews has dropped its lawsuit against the website pissedconsumer.com.
What’s it worth for plaintiffs attorneys suing companies over their websites on behalf of blind clients to take the case to trial? In the only example, those lawyers have been awarded more [...]
The current co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Federal Labor Standards Legislation committee said he “wholeheartedly” agrees with the U.S. Department of Labor’s [...]
A lawsuit that blames the fracking industry for increased earthquake activity in Oklahoma is back.
At the end of this month California Supreme Court Justice Kathryn Werdegar is scheduled to retire, giving Gov. Jerry Brown the opportunity to appoint his fourth justice to the highest court, [...]
The Opportunity to Work Act, introduced several months ago in the California Assembly, would require businesses to offer extra hours to employees before hiring new ones - and create myriad [...]
The convention is scheduled to take place in Boston from July 22-25 and will feature meetings on several areas of the law, including litigation over skiing and bicycling accidents.
A frequent target of asbestos lawyers is seeking access to the ballots cast by holders of asbestos claims against one of the many companies forced into bankruptcy by the long-running litigation.