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The LGBTQ community’s long battle to legalize same-sex marriages finally ended on June 26, 2015 when the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) delivered its opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, 576 U.S. 135 (2015). This seminal decision resulted in … Continue reading

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An Ill-Timed Flood

The New Jersey Supreme Court cut in half the two-year suspension proposed by its Disciplinary Review Board. From the Disciplinary Review Board recommendation the special master found that respondent handled and neglected the matter that Esa had entrusted to him… … Continue reading

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Faulty Fire Suppression System Causes Flood Aboard Carnival Dream

Seeing the hallway aboard your cruise fill with water is not something anyone ever wants to witness. However, that is exactly what happened late last week, when a faulty fire suppression system caused one of the decks aboard the Carnival … Continue reading

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Carnival Does the Right Thing Following Cabin Flood

Yesterday (April 3) a broken pipe aboard the Carnival Dream flooded around 50 cabins on the ship and sent water cascading down deck 9. Photos (right) and videos posted on Facebook show water pouring from the ceiling and down the walls. Carnival … Continue reading

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Opening the Pandora’s Box of Flood Policies, or How Filing Suit Against Flood Insurers Can Effectively Reduce the Suit Limitations Period

When is an insurer’s “Rejection of Proof of Loss” letter for flood insurance damage, which states on its face that it “is not a denial of your claim,” nevertheless a written denial of claim? According to the Third Circuit in … Continue reading

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