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Another big jury award bites the dust

Source: Courts Reverse Johnson’s Baby Powder Judgments for Nearly $500 Million – The New York Times I’ve written a bit about the iffy prospects for gigantic jury awards. And here’s another one–two, actually–and another reason for re-considering going to a … Continue reading

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Ladies, are you looking for a lawyer? Um…

I’m quite perturbed about this item I saw in the New York Law Journal. Ladies, you might find it perturbing, too: Lawyer Guilty of ‘Touching’ Can Reapply for License Andrew Denney, New York Law Journal May 21, 2015    An … Continue reading

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Plaintiffs, save your emails!!

Just in case you haven’t been reading Sidebar often and thus need to be reminded, here’s an abstract of a story from New York Law Journal that proves the point: Initial Emails Back Binding Agreement Claim, Panel Finds Ben Bedell, … Continue reading

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