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Blog Posts in October, 2007

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  • Pension Fund Sues Mattel
    Pension Fund Sues Mattel

    This from the American Association of Justice quoting the New York Times: "A local pension fund in Michigan filed a shareholder suit yesterday against Mattel and its board, asserting that a ...

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  • U.S. Companies Fighting Fewer Lawsuits
    U.S. Companies Fighting Fewer Lawsuits

    More news that suggests that we are less litigious rather than more. This from the American Association of Justice quoting the New York Times: "U.S. companies are getting hit with fewer new lawsuits ...

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  • AB 483 Revises Procedures on Execution of Property
    AB 483 Revises Procedures on Execution of Property

    Assembly Bill No. 483 dated March 20, 2007 revises Nevada law regarding the execution of property and wages from a judgment debtor. The bill makes personal property whose total value does not exceed ...

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  • Pending Texas Case Could Change Malpractice Procedures
    Pending Texas Case Could Change Malpractice Procedures

    A pending case in the Texas Supreme Court may reverse a previous reform to medical malpractice suits in the state. This reform places restrictions on pre-trial discovery and postpones discovery until ...

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  • Accident Procedures Clarified By New Law
    Accident Procedures Clarified By New Law

    Nevada law requires that any driver involved in a traffic accident immediately stop his vehicle at the scene of the accident or, if his vehicle is obstructing traffic, to a location as close as ...

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  • AB 133 Changes Health and Dental Insurance Laws
    AB 133 Changes Health and Dental Insurance Laws

    Assembly Bill No. 133 dated February 20, 2007 will make some important changes to provisions relating to the status of health and dental insurance policies for patients. Current law allows insurance ...

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