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Law Alerts April 1, 2010
The Florida Supreme Court was called upon to decide whether a physician's pre-delivery notice to his or her patient of the plan and his or her participation in the plan satisfy the notice requirements if the hospital where the delivery takes place..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts April 1, 2010
The plaintiff, Alex Pluchino, then 16 years old, was severely injured in an automobile accident after leaving football practice at Rutherford High School (RHS) in a car driven by third-party defendant Jason Bille, a fellow team member. The plaintiff..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts April 1, 2010
Florida has a notice and Right to Repair statute, F.S. 558, et seq, which was first promulgated in 2003. The Legislature enacted this statute to allow for the notification of potential construction defect claims prior to litigation. It also gave the..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts April 1, 2010
The plaintiff served a notice of intent to initiate litigation for medical malpractice against a pediatric neurologist and, upon the completion of the pre-suit period, filed suit against the neurologist. Thereafter, the plaintiff filed an amended..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts 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
Law Alerts April 1, 2010
The plaintiff insurance company brought a declaratory judgment action against the insureds where the plaintiff sought an order that it had no duty to indemnify the insured to a consent judgment entered against them in an underlying lawsuit. The..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts 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
Law Alerts 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
Law Alerts April 1, 2010
The Supreme Court found that the District Court erred in granting a new trial on the basis of an improper argument by plaintiff's counsel during closing argument. During closing argument, plaintiff's counsel began to argue that the defendant-doctor..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Law Alerts April 1, 2010
The Appellate Division affirms the judgment finding that the defendants violated the Insurance Fraud Prevention Act and awarded the plaintiff-insurer $175,302.88 in damages, finding that because of the close connection between the facts alleged as..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010

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