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Limitations of Liability Upheld

“This is a maritime case about a train wreck” is how Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor began the 2004 Supreme Court decision in Norfolk Southern v Kirby, 543 U.S. 14 (2004).  Since Kirby, other cases have tested legislative overlaps

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Utilizing Federal Rule 27–Depositions to Perpetuate Testimony

The sooner evidence can be evaluated and preserved, the better the prospects for a successful outcome. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure afford to potential plaintiffs and defendants a uniform standard when pre‚Äźaction “discovery” can be obtained. Strictly speaking, the

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