Allegedly Abused Prisoner Wins Unanimous Supreme Court Tort Case (Was It All Justice Alito’s Doing?)

Yesterday, the Supreme Court unanimously held in Millbrook v. United States that 28 U.S.C. § 2680(h) — the statute that permits lawsuits against “investigative or law enforcement officers of the United States Government” for claims [...]

By |March 28th, 2013|Categories: General|0 Comments

On The Legality of Referral Fees: The NJ Civil Rights Attorney’s Fee Fight

“Referral fee” can mean a lot of different things in the law. The plainly unethical version involves lawyers paying non-lawyers (like doctors or tow truck drivers or union bosses) to send them potential cases, but, [...]

By |October 29th, 2012|Categories: General|0 Comments

How Much Is Too Much To Pay For A Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

Earlier this week, The Legal Intelligencer published an article on attorney’s fees* in workers’ compensation** cases that’s currently pending before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. (* For anyone curious about the answer to the age-old question [...]

By |October 5th, 2012|Categories: Personal Injury|0 Comments

Proving Negligent Hospital-Acquired Infection Through Bacterial Genes

Imagine you are a medical malpractice attorney. Your client, in the hospital for surgery or childbirth or some other invasive procedure, developed an nasty infection, resulting in permanent injuries or death. You order their medical [...]

By |August 31st, 2012|Categories: Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

A Trial Lawyer’s Guide To Taser Lawsuits

I suppose it’s unsurprising that criminal defense lawyers and plaintiff’s lawyers would all have concerns about the use of Tasers — the Taser victims and their family members end up in our offices — but [...]

By |June 25th, 2012|Categories: General|0 Comments

When Should The Statute Of Limitations Run For Medication Lawsuits?

Last week, our firm blog posted a short note about how Actos patients with bladder cancer in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Tennessee should move quickly to file because those states have a one-year statute of limitations for [...]

By |May 24th, 2012|Categories: Product Liability|0 Comments

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