Insights


Product Liability

30(b)(6) Discovery in the Age of COVID-19

Defending corporate representative depositions in the new reality. If there is one lesson all trial...

Commercial Litigation

What Are the Constitutional Considerations in Resuming Civil Jury Trials During a Pandemic?

As the judicial system attempts to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 crisis, basic...

Pandemic-Era Civil Jury Trials Require Constitutional Scrutiny

The COVID-19 pandemic has stalked the land for more than six months now, causing untold...

Product Liability

Florida Supreme Court Issues Opinion on Proposed Standard Jury Instructions for Product Liability Cases

On May 17, 2012, The Supreme Court of Florida issued its opinion concerning proposed new...

Product Liability

Florida Supreme Court Issues Opinion on Proposed Standard Jury Instructions for Product Liability Cases

On May 17, 2012, The Supreme Court of Florida issued its opinion concerning proposed new...

Product Liability

New Frontiers in E- Discovery: Help May Be on the Way

The digital revolution in our society has fostered sea changes in the lives of both...

Government and Administrative

Litigating a Claim Against a Government Official After Denial of a Dispositive Motion Raising Qualified Immunity

Originally published in the Winter/Spring 2011 Edition of the ABA Newsletter, Section of Litigation, Committee...

Product Liability

Supreme Court Opens Door for Personal Injury Suits Against Auto Manufacturers

High Court Rules that Manufacturer’s Choice not an Obstacle to Regulatory Objective With Regards to...

Product Liability

Risk Utility vs. Consumer Expectations in Product Liability Cases

The Florida Supreme Court is currently considering revisions to the Florida Standard Jury Instructions that...

Professional Liability

Are Sales People Responsible for Their Customers’ Injuries?

Published in Sales & Marketing Management Magazine, June 3, 2009 If a customer is injured...