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Court Describes Required Pretrial Disclosure of Scope of Expert Testimony/Opinions

A recent decision of the Delaware Court of Chancery provides clarification on the amount of pretrial disclosure required in order for an expert’s testimony at trial not to be stricken. Project Boat Holding, LLC v. Bass Pro Group, LLC, C.A. No. 12606-VCS … Continue reading

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What Type of China Birth Certificate Is Required for U.S. Immigration?

If you were born in Mainland China and are applying for a U.S. green card, you will need to submit a China birth certificate. That’s true regardless of whether you are filing a Form I-485, Application to Adjust Status, with … Continue reading

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Are Contracts Valid Even If They Aren’t Written Down? What Types of Contracts are Required to Be in Writing to Be Enforced?

In this article, we will examine whether or not contracts must be written down and signed to be considered valid. Read more detail on Recent Real Estate and Property Law posts –

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A Hearing May Not Be Required to Contest a Rule 69 Agreement in Arizona

Contesting a Rule 69 Agreement Without a Trial A rule 69 agreement in an Arizona divorce is created when the parties reach a settlement and either place the terms of that settlement in a written document or recite the terms … Continue reading

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Ship arrests in the UK – can an arresting party be required to give cross-undertakings in damages?

The law on ship arrest in England is well-entrenched. In essence, a party’s ability to arrest a ship in the UK occurs as of right. Accordingly, a shipowner will be unable to recover any compensation at all for wrongful arrest … Continue reading

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