Even without a revealing trial, the contours of the dispute give law firms and new law providers guideposts for do’s and don’ts when collaborating. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Plaintiff’s lawyers preferred a vaccinated jury, but defense lawyers were firmly opposed to the idea. U.S. District Judge William Orrick, who previously told lawyers “we’ll just have everybody come in” if they didn’t reach an agreement, issued an order on Wednesday, saying: “I meant what I said.” Click Here To Read The Full Article
En Banc State Appellate Court Reinstates DUI Appeal, Finding COVID-19 Emergency Orders Tolled Deadline
The appellate court found that under the emergency orders, Jacks’ appeal was filed in a timely manner and should not have been denied in the general district court, the opinion said. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Federal Judge OKs Suit Over Pressure Cooker Injury, Finding Warranty Disclaimer Was Buried in 'Busy and Colorful Owner's Manual'
“The ‘Warranty’ entry is not at all distinct from other entries such as ‘poultry’” in the owner’s manual, the judge wrote, allowing claims to proceed against manufacturer NuWave. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Higher Law: A Wage-and-Hour Complaint Targets Cannabis Retailer | Solicitor General Weighs in on Workers' Comp Marijuana | Prince Lobel Expands Cannabis Practice | 'Borat' Marijuana Billboard Suit Ends
The state of Washington filed the first-of-its-kind wage-and-hour complaint against a cannabis retailer, state labor department officials said. Click Here To Read The Full Article