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Judges to U.S. on Shutdown: ‘Pound Sand’

What, you may wonder, happens to suits against the federal government when the money spigot closes? And if you have a suit against the U.S. — say a Federal Tort Claims Act action — what should you do? Good questions. … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Court Reverses Order Denying Benefits Based on Judge’s Impermissible Findings Regarding Liability and Injured Worker Credibility

There are countless rules that apply to workers’ compensation proceedings, especially when it comes to what the judge can consider when ruling on an issue in the claim. Having a seasoned Boston work injury lawyer on your side to help … Continue reading

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THE CAPTAIN REPORTS:YOUR TWO NEWEST 3RD DCA JUDGES ARE ……. JUDGE ERIC HENDON. (62 years old). Hendon began his career at the SAO in 1979 where he worked for two years. He spent most of the next eight years in private … Continue reading

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The Danish Maritime & Commercial Court issues ruling on the potential bias of judges

Anders ValentinWith the Danish patent litigation community being limited in numbers and the pool of legal judges and expert judges available to the Danish specialty patents court being likewise limited in numbers, The Maritime & Commercial High Court (“MCC”) – … Continue reading

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Do We Need to Think About Judges’ Roles Differently?

(Very) traditionally, judges were meant to be heard — only in the courtroom. One of the questions those interested in becoming a judge had to ask themselves was whether they were prepared to become “monks” (the masculine being almost entirely … Continue reading

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