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Product Liability Claims When The Product Has No Manufacturer Label

There are many impediments to a successful investigation of a product liability claim – age of the product, preservation of evidence, chain of custody of the evidence, installation markings, etc. This article will discuss situations where there is a lack of

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Ode to the Burning Christmas Tree

Both real and artificial trees can and do burn causing fire damage; unfortunately, ‘tis the season. As expected, Christmas tree claims arise through the seasonal months of November, December, and January. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimates of reported

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Preparing Your Case for Arbitration Forums Before Clicking “Submit”

Writing Contentions: Every student learns how to “IRAC” in law school, and every lawyer hears repeated lectures from professors, judges, and veteran attorneys on the importance of effective brief writing. All that you have heard and learned should still be

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Default Judgment Against Uninsured – As Good As If Written In Lipstick On A Cocktail Napkin

Your standard case involves a loss caused by an insured party. Whether or not that party is actively participating, the carrier is bound by its duty to defend (as defined by California Insurance Code section 533.5(c)), and at least the

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Posted in Civil Procedure
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