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Pennsylvania Architectural, Engineering and Construction Defect Litigation April 1, 2010
The Massachusetts state court recently held that a plaintiff claiming design negligence for the placement of a fence post around a softball diamond could not defeat the defendant's, the architect, Motion for Summary Judgment. The court specifically..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Automobile Liability April 1, 2010
Brent Keys underwent a series of spinal treatments as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident at the plaintiff's, Fort Lee Surgery Center, facilities. The defendant, Proformance Insurance Company, claimed that this treatment was..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Florida Real Estate E&O Liability April 1, 2010
In the state of Florida's first reverse foreclosure, a Miami-Dade Circuit Court judge has forced a bank to take title to a property from a homeowners association. A reverse foreclosure is a new tool that can force banks to pay association..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Employment Law April 1, 2010
The claimant, a disabled individual who resides in Florida, filed an action against the County and City of Camden alleging that due to architectural barriers he was unable to fully access the services which they offered. The City and County both..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Fraud/Special Investigation April 1, 2010
Where the plaintiff's action seeking a declaration that it had no obligation to provide the defendant with personal injury protection benefits or to defend and indemnify her on claims arising from her operation of a car insured by it resulted in a..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Public Entity and Civil Rights Litigation April 1, 2010
A Salem County jury found in favor of the plaintiff, a chemical engineer at duPont Chambers Works factory. The plaintiff complained to his superiors about the hazardous qualities of one of the chemicals made at the plant and claimed that his..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Ohio Employment Law April 1, 2010
Chapter 4115 of the Ohio Revised Code requires contractors and others to pay prevailing wages on construction projects involving public improvements. Section 4115.13(C) provides that employees who were paid less than the prevailing wage in such..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Federal Employment Law April 1, 2010
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals held—in a matter of first impression—that a plaintiff can establish that they were incapacitated for three consecutive days and, therefore, suffered from a "serious health condition" pursuant to the Family and..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Employment Law April 1, 2010
The plaintiff's position as Divisional Vice President of Informational Services was eliminated, and he was terminated at the age of 57. The plaintiff alleged that his duties were distributed among remaining workers who were younger. While sustaining..., Case Law Alerts - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Employment Law April 1, 2010
The plaintiffs retained legal services and instituted an action alleging causes of action under both the NJLAD and CEPA. At a court ordered mediation, a tentative settlement was reached. However, an issue arose concerning whether the settlement..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010

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