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Odor of Marijuana and search of commercial building to be consider by Massachusetts SJC

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court heard oral argument on April 2 in the Commonwealth v. Long. This case raises the issues of the detection of marijuana and probable cause to search a commercial building.   In this case, two officers … Continue reading

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Allegedly defamatory claims in e-recycling report weren't commercial speech despite some economic incentive

Electronic Recycling Ass’n v. Basel Action Network, 2019 WL 1453575, No. C18-1601-MJP (W.D. Wash. Apr. 2, 2019)Plaintiff ERA is a Canadian non-profit corporation that specializes in recovering, refurbishing, and reusing discarded electronic equipment or “e-waste.” When it determines that equipment … Continue reading

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Tips for Driving Safely around Large Commercial Trucks

There is never a shortage of tractor trailers or commercial trucks on Georgia roads.  This seems especially true during rush hour in metro Atlanta.  Trying to manuever around a large commercial truck or 18-wheeler can be challenging, to say the … Continue reading

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How the Failure to Seek the Proper Remedy Can Hurt Your Cause in Your Florida Commercial Litigation Action

A dispute over a commercial loan in a recent case served as the background for a very important lesson in any type of civil litigation. That lesson is that it is also essential to make sure that you are using … Continue reading

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Union Tank v. NuDevco Partners — Lease Guaranty Agreement Not Covered by the UCC Appellate Court Rules — Chicago Uniform Commercial Code Attorneys Near Oak Brook

When a holding company guaranteed lease that a subsidiary assumed for railcars, and then failed to honor guaranty when subsidiary defaulted on the lease, judgment in favor of railcar supplier was affirmed. The appellate panel found that the holding company’s … Continue reading

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