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How a Failure to Mitigate Damages Harmed One Commercial Landlord’s Breach of Lease Case in Florida

In a commercial lease dispute, the outcome of the case may hinge upon the plaintiff’s ability to prove that the other side’s conduct met the legal standard for a breach of the lease agreement. Even if the plaintiff successfully shows … Continue reading

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12 Actions Cities Can Take to Mitigate Tort Liability

Cities get sued. A lot. One of the most common kinds of lawsuits against a city arises from injuries caused by an allegedly dangerous condition of city property (like a sidewalk, road, or trail in a city park). Although it … Continue reading

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Arguing Impacts By Proxy: Fourth District Holds CEQA Does Not Require EIR Absent Evidence That Subdivision Approval Actually Violated Applicable Land Use Regulations Adopted to Mitigate Environmental Impacts

In an opinion filed August 10, and later ordered published on September 7, 2018, the Fourth District Court of Appeal (Div. 2) affirmed a judgment denying Friends of Riverside’s Hills’ (FRH) writ petition challenging a residential development permit and related … Continue reading

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Do Merger Efficiencies Always Mitigate Price Increases?

Zhiqi Chen, Carleton University – Department of Economics, and Gang Li, Nanjing University – Department of Economics ask Do Merger Efficiencies Always Mitigate Price Increases? ABSTRACT: In a Cournot model with differentiated products, we demonstrate that merger efficiencies in the… … Continue reading

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Research Suggests Early Postural Training Could Mitigate Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy

People with cerebral palsy (CP) often have problems with postural control, which can interfere with basic activities of daily life such as reaching, sitting, or walking. A lack of information on the developmental trajectory of these postural issues has made … Continue reading

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