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Soy Based Wiring Coating – Potential Attraction for Mice

The old joke in school used to be, “…the dog ate my homework.” Well, now, as a consequence of manufacturers moving toward more “green” ecologically fashionable products, the wiring in automobiles and common outdoor appliances is becoming feast food for

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Good, Bad or Ambivalence: The Litigation Detour of Judicial Reference under California Law

Property subrogation cases that proceed against developers and seller-builders of homes are suddenly apt to being diverted from judicially engaged litigation into the province of Judicial Reference pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure Section 638. In essence, this Code

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Confidentiality Agreements: The Trappings of Concession to Agree

It is as commonplace and disconcerting as ordering specialty food at a fast food restaurant and receiving what they commonly serve. You don’t get what you want. In litigation, product manufacturers, builders and providers of products and ideas are seldom

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Mediation: What You Need To Know About Your Mediator

Mutual consent and court ordered mediation is becoming more prevalent as a means to resolve matters in conflict as litigation costs escalate and court calendars suffer from over-crowding, greater demand and budgetary constraints. While mediation is a valuable forum to access

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MOVING UNINTENDED ACCELERATION CLAIMS FORWARD: SUBROGATION POTENTIAL FOR TOYOTA’S 8.1 MILLION RECALLED VEHICLES

Toyota’s unprecedented recall of some 8.1 million vehicles will impact consumers, businesses, and their insurance carriers all over the country.  Since 1999, an estimated 2,000 complaints of sudden unintended acceleration in Toyota and Lexus vehicles have been reported to the

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