Authored by: Elizabeth KapamasJill Harper and Ron Netemeyer of Harper Evans Wade & Netemeyer were interviewed by Michael J. Swanson, author & educator, about what benefits they have experienced since partnering with Advocate Capital.
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Authored by: Elizabeth KapamasHawaii Gov. David Ige says the state has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by 2,700 Native Hawaiians for $328 million, according to Audrey McAvoy of Associated Press. The native Hawaiians were placed on a waitlist to receive homestead leases.Approximately 28,00 Hawaiian people are on a waitlist to receive awarded...
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SEO is a crucial part of online marketing. If you have considered looking for an SEO service company for your law firm, it is important to know the right questions to ask to make sure they are the correct fit.
Lawyer Monthly offered some great tips in their recent article.
The SEO company you work with should get to know your business and perform an SEO...
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On April 6, 2022, HB 2771 was passed by Missouri’s Special Committee on Litigation Reform. The bill establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act and the Civil Litigation Funding Act.
The Missouri bill, supported by the American Property Casualty Insurance Association, would require that any third parties actively providing loans to finance lawsuits be...
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Authored by: Ollie Lammers
According to The National Law Review, a New Jersey state court certified a class-action lawsuit against Middlesex Water Company. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit are seeking damages from their local water company.
Plaintiffs allege that the county's drinking water had unsafe Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) levels. The company advised...
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Authored By: Elizabeth KapamasJill Harper and Ron Netemeyer of Harper Evans Wade & Netemeyer were interviewed by Michael J. Swanson, author & educator, to understand what an unjustified denial of coverage looks like when corporate profits are valued over people in what is known as a bad faith claim.
In this video, learn how plaintiff lawyers like...
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According to Brendan Pierson and Daniel Wiessner of Reuters, Becton Dickinson, a company that makes hernia repair surgical mesh, has been ordered by a jury to pay $255,000 to a man who was injured by their product and required a second surgery to repair the damage.
Reuters states, "More than 16,000 cases have been consolidated before Chief U.S. District...
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Kyle Snyder, Taylor Moore, and I recently attended the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association Paralegal Seminar. This year it was hosted in our backyard: the beautiful Franklin, TN.
The day's itinerary included a wide range of continuing education courses to cover everything from mass torts to how to search for the best experts when preparing for trial. It w...
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Authored By: Elizabeth Kapamas
On April 4, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court made a decision that has made various civil-rights claims easier to file after criminal cases end, reversing the previous standard that was more challenging throughout the country.
Plaintiffs need only to show their criminal cases ended without conviction to bring a malicious-prosecut...
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Authored by: Ollie Lammers
According to The National Law Review, the U.S. Department of Justice recently settled a case against the owners of an anesthesia services company. The company, Care Plus Management LLC (Care Plus), was involved in a scheme with outpatient surgery centers in Georgia, Florida, Texas, Alabama, and South Carolina.
Care Plus would pa...
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