The plaintiff developed a blood clot in her left leg after her flight was held on the ground for over two hours while waiting for the pilot (who was delayed by a labor strike).
The plaintiffs were able to collect frequent flyer points to purchase tickets on British Airways flights but, even when using the points, remained responsible for certain charges.
The plaintiffs discovered when retrieving their bags that a "sex toy had been removed from one of their bags, covered in a greasy foul-smelling substance and taped atop the bag."
By Deborah A. Elsasser, Nicholas Magali, and Philip R. Weissman
Some claimants have the opportunity to try their claims in Florida while others will litigate in Italy.
By Paul V. Majkowski
The proposed Chemical Safety Improvement Act seeks to modernize the decades-old Toxic Substances Control Act.
By David L. Schwan
Life for a new litigator contains many opportunities for professional development.
Veteran litigator Douglas Maag details how U.S. economic and trade sanctions can affect the handling of mass-tort claims. (8:13 min)
Featuring a unique group of lawyers and non-lawyers to provide a fact-based peek into the future, including presentations and an interactive discussion among the panelists. (1:01:42)
Learn about the significance of the Barltett decision and its impact on the Supreme Court's preemption holdings. (57:33)
The Supreme Court's First Decision on the Class Action Fairness Act: Standard Fire Ins. Co. v. Knowles
Learn what the decision means for plaintiffs and defendants litigating class actions. (1:01:03)
Discussing strategies and solutions for addressing and eliminating long-standing pay disparity between male and female attorneys practicing in law firms. Read more.
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