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First Lawsuit in the Nation Filed for Pre-cut Melon Salmonella Outbreak by Jory Lange and Hans Poppe

A Kentucky woman filed the first lawsuit in the nation in the Salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut melons produced by Caito Foods. Read more detail on Recent Injury and Accident Law posts –

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Scruggs Nation, March 6: anonymous jury, more sweet potatoes

In the Scruggs bribery case, Judge Biggers granted the governments request for an anonymous jury because of concerns of potential harassment and intimidation. Heres a copy of his order, and here is an excerpt, which I have broken up into paragraphs for … Continue reading

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Scruggs Nation, March 10

On Friday I linked to a post at Law and More that discussed a recent American Lawyer article on Dickie Scruggs.  I gave my quick take on Scruggs, without having read the article, but later that day I had a chance … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Eases Causation in Medical Malpractice Cases, Impacting Those Filed in Maryland and the Rest of the Nation

Anesthesiologists are vital to ensuring that surgery is safe. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to an anesthesiologist’s error, you could have a claim for medical malpractice against the anesthesiologist. At Arfaa Law Group, our … Continue reading

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Scruggs Nation, March 13: more motions, more folly about publicity

USA v. Scruggs has had a flurry of motions in recent days that will be argued at a hearing tomorrow, and then you know what Monday is — last day for plea bargains.  Here are the motions.  Motion to sever. … Continue reading

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