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Court Rejects Defendant’s Claim that Plaintiff’s Case Was Filed Too Late

After any Maryland pharmacy error, one of the first things to consider is when a claim must be filed. A plaintiff’s failure to file a lawsuit within the allowable time will likely result in the dismissal of the claim. In … Continue reading

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Judge Rejects Lawsuit Arising from Electrician’s Fall From Ceiling

In Georgia, workers’ compensation is intended to provide employees with an “exclusive remedy” against their employers for job-related accidents. This means that the employer is required to pay certain benefits, regardless of fault. In exchange, the employee has no legal … Continue reading

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NEW JERSEY APPELLATE DIVISION REJECTS A FORCED ARBITRATION AGREEMENT

Forced arbitration is bad for employees. It is bad because it requires employees to waive their right to sue in court and in doing so denies employees the opportunity to have legal disputes with their employer resolved by a jury. … Continue reading

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Georgia Court Rejects Defendant’s Spoliation Claim Against Personal Injury Plaintiff

A state appellate court recently released an opinion in a Georgia car accident case discussing the state’s spoliation doctrine as it pertains to relevant evidence that was accidentally destroyed by a third party before trial. The spoliation doctrine is an … Continue reading

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Sixth Circuit Rejects Challenge to Mandatory Arbitration of FLSA Claim

In keeping with the Supreme Court’s holding in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, 138 S. Ct. 1612 (2018), the Sixth Circuit has rejected a challenge to individual arbitration agreements in a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) case.  In Gaffers v. … Continue reading

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