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Category Archives: Appeal/ Trial Errors
Pa. Court Tosses Ban on ‘Wrongful Birth’ Lawsuits | York Dispatch | Associated Press | MARK SCOLFORO | 11/14/12
HARRISBURG, Pa.—A lawsuit based on a claim that doctors did not warn a pregnant woman she might give birth to a baby with severe defects can proceed because the Legislature violated the state constitution when it passed a law banning … Continue reading
DE Judge: Deported Immigrant Still Entitled To Workers’ Comp | Delawareonline.com | Sean O’Sullivan | 10/25/12
WILMINGTON— An employee who is injured on the job – even if he or she is living in the country without legal permission and falsified paperwork to gain employment – is entitled to workers’ compensation, according to a first-of-its kind … Continue reading
Supreme Court of Canada Rules You Don’t Have To Tell Your Sex Partner If You Have HIV | lifesitenews.com | Thaddeus Baklinski | 10/8/12
OTTAWA, October 8, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – In a landmark decision last Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that people who are HIV-positive do not need to tell their sex partners they have the disease, as long as they have … Continue reading
In the case of Missouri v. McNeely, 11-1425, the U.S. Supreme Courtwill consider and rule in the nine-month term that starts in October 2012. The Court will decide whether police must get a search warrant before forcing a drunken driving … Continue reading
Law Firms Win Right to Charge $35000-an-Hour in Class Action Suit | NewsMax.com | Thomson/Reuters |9/21/12
The law firms Prickett, Jones & Elliott of Wilmington and Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check of Radnor, Pennsylvania are two firms were poised to collect a blockbuster $305 million in legal fees for their work on a lawsuit, after Delaware’s … Continue reading