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GA Appeals Court Limits Emotional Distress Claims in Suit Over Deadly Boating Accident

Stock image.  Atlanta—The Georgia Court of Appeals Wednesday concluded three children’s claims for emotional distress stemming from a deadly boating accident could go forward, but it limited those claims only to what involved the children's own physical injuries. Malibu Boats LLC … Continue reading

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USA: C.R. Bard, Inc. v. AngioDynamics, Inc., United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, No. 2017-1851, 28 September 2018

Linda PanszczykThe U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has vacated and remanded a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision that a reference guide qualified as a printed publication, in a case involving reexamination of medical device patents relating … Continue reading

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GA Appeals Court Throws Out Verdict in Med Mal Trial Over Back-Breaking Fall From Deer Stand

Stock image. Atlanta—Georgia's Court of Appeals this week threw out a defense verdict in a 2015 medical malpractice trial against a doctor blamed for a hunter’s back-breaking fall from a deer stand. Berryhill v. Daly, STCV1102180.  Read more detail on … Continue reading

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Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Denial of Claimant’s Right to Future LHWCA Benefits

A recent case decided by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, Parfait v. Director, OWCP and Performance Energy Services, has affirmed the denial of Claimant’s right to future benefits under the Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA). Background – Claimant … Continue reading

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A Greenhouse Building is not a Building but a Movable Business Fixture according to Ohio Board of Tax Appeals

By: Stephen D. Richman, Esq. – Senior Counsel, Kohrman, Jackson & KrantzThat old adage, “if it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck” holds true for…waterfowl and a host of … Continue reading

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