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Court trims passengers’ claims in case alleging hard landing injuries

Callahan v. United Airlines, Inc. (W.D. Okla. Sept. 28, 2017).  In their amended complaint, the passengers/plaintiffs alleged that the hard landing of their flight from Cancun, Mexico, to Houston caused permanent injuries to plaintiff Sylvia Callahan’s spine.  The other plaintiff, … Continue reading

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Illinois Appellate Court Turns The Tide In Favor Of Employers In Class Actions Brought Under The Illinois Biometric Privacy Act Alleging Mere Technical Violations

By Gerald L. Maatman, Jr. and Thomas E. Ahlering  Seyfarth Synopsis:  As the number of class action lawsuits alleging violations of the Illinois Information Biometric Privacy Act (“BIPA”) has exploded in the last six months, defendants have been eagerly awaiting … Continue reading

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Holland America Sued By Minor Female Cruise Passenger Alleging She Was Violently Sexually Assaulted And Raped By Crew Member Later Arrested

The Florida maritime and cruise injury and assault attorneys of Brais Brais Rusak have been retained to represent a female minor passenger in a claim against Holland America (“HAL”) who alleges she was violently sexually assaulted and raped on board … Continue reading

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Another Shareholder Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Royal Caribbean Alleging Fraud

A third class action lawsuit has been filed against Royal Caribbean Cruises seeking class action certification for what is alleged to be fraudulent conduct by the cruise line and executives Richard Fain, Brian Rice, and Henry Pujol. The law suit … Continue reading

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The party alleging that an individual has changed his domicile has the burden of proving such a change of the individual's "permanent place of abode"

The party alleging that an individual has changed his domicile has the burden of proving such a change of the individual's "permanent place of abode" Matter of Gigliotti v Bianco, 2011 NY Slip Op 02206, Appellate Division, Fourth Department The … Continue reading

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