Tag Archives: Cause

Can a Lack of Prenatal Care Cause a Birth Injury?

Proper prenatal care is the best prevention for birth injuries. Without it, a doctor may be held liable for harm done to mother, baby, or both. Read more detail on Recent Medical Malpractice posts –

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Can an Intervenor Cause Improper Venue?

by Dennis Crouch In re Intex Recreation Corp., No. 18-131 (Fed. Cir. June 13, 2018) (denial of mandamus) [IntexMandamus] Team Worldwide (TWW) sued Wal-Mart in E.D. Texas for infringing its U.S. Pat. Nos. 9,211,018, 7,346,950, and 7,246,394 (air mattress products).  Wal-Mart … Continue reading

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MAP Action Dismissed; Illinois Does Not Join Jurisdictions Allowing for Double Damages, Private Cause of Action…For Now

Over the last several years, we have blogged about MSP Recovery, LLC, a law firm, that has been championing claims nationwide on behalf of Medicare Advantage Plans (MAP).  In their pursuits, MSP Recovery, has alleged that Non-Group Health Plans (NGHPs) … Continue reading

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Does The Broker Get Paid? Efficient Producing Cause And The Facts

PrintLast week, we set the background for understanding what it means for a broker to be the “efficient producing cause” behind a lease or sale. The background was in the form of a story from a 2012 unpublished New Jersey … Continue reading

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Cause and Effect of PTSD in Asylum Applicants

Guest blogger: Ryan Vander Horn, law student, University of San Francisco When reviewing the requirements for an asylum application a glaring issue regarding mental health appears. Since applicants for asylum are under the burden of demonstrating that they have a… … Continue reading

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