Tag Archives: Proceeds

Massachusetts Court Finds Plaintiff Has No Right to Sale Proceeds from Foreclosed Property

Massachusetts foreclosure proceedings may involve multiple legal challenges from different parties and extend over many years.  In a May 13, 2019 case, the Appeals Court of Massachusetts reviewed a dispute over the surplus sale proceeds following a real estate tax … Continue reading

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California Pharmacist Pleads Guilty in Federal Court in Los Angeles to Illegal Distribution of Prescription Opioids and Laundering the Proceeds of the Illicit Sales

The government likes giving catchy names to certain  investigations. A recent federal and state investigation into corrupt pharmacies, for example, was called dubbed “Operation Faux Pharmacy.” One of the cases from this investigation has resulted in a pharmacist and pharmacy each … Continue reading

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Maryland Plaintiff Proceeds with Suit Against Water Utility for Injuries Caused by Negligent Subcontractor

In some Maryland personal injury cases, a business employer may be responsible for injuries caused by the carelessness of their employees.  When an independent contractor or state or government entity is involved, however, there may be specific legal concepts to … Continue reading

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Ninth Circuit “Proceeds” to Clarify the Definition of “Goods”: The Proceeds of Goods are Goods

            In a soon to be published opinion, IPC (USA), Inc. v. Ellis (In re Pettit Oil, Co),[1] the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit determined that the definition of “goods” as used in U.C.C. … Continue reading

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Canada Proceeds with Extradition of Huawei CFO While She Sues Canada and China Accuses Canadian Former Diplomat of Espionage

On March 1, 2019, Canada’s Justice Department authorized an extradition hearing for Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, the Chinese telecom and electronics company, on 13 criminal counts of conspiracy, fraud, and obstruction.  The extradition hearing will start … Continue reading

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