Us Corporate Law

  • NY woman who admitted killing 3 kids seeks money

    … since her arrest, attorneys said. New York’s “Son of Sam Law,” amended in 2001, was designed to prevent criminals from profiting from their crimes, including “income generated as a result of having committed the crime.” McCarty noted the unique aspect of the Brewer case is that she has not been convicted. Brewer admitted she drowned her three…

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  • I Can’t Play This 2008 Game Online Forever, Plaintiff Complains

    … Well, the ever-roiling, always-turbid waters of California consumer law have just coughed up yet another ridiculous creature whose slowly decomposing corpse will stink up the once-pleasant beach that is the federal docket for the next several months. (Previous sentence ©2013 Kevin Underhill, all rights reserved.) Justin Bassett, who says he…

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  • Woman sues for slipping on peanuts at Texas Roadhouse

    … impairment as a result of slipping and falling on the peanut shells. She is also seeking monetary retribution for lost wages in the past and loss of earning capacity in the future. Texas Roadhouse Inc. has requested a jury trial and will be represented by Gauntt, Earl & Binney, LLP. Tijerina will be represented by The Green Law Firm, PC. A pretrial is set for 2:00 p.m. on November 6, 2013 at the U.S. Federal Courthouse before Magistrate Judge Ronald G. Morgan in Brownsville. …

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  • Busy carpet pattern caused man’s fall, suit alleges

    … of the dangerous condition. The plaintiff is suing for his alleged past and future medical expenses, mental anguish, pain, impairment and lost wages. Beaumont attorney Eric Laskowski of the Lewis Law Firm represents the plaintiff. Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, is assigned to the case. Case No. E194-634 …

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  • Why are James and Tricia Keene suing the wrong company?

    … at Crystal Beach on the Bolivar Peninsula. The Keenes’ case against Brint Construction of Beaumont is less than thin. It’s ridiculous. “They sued us, but we didn’t make it, install it, or guarantee it,” company owner Tim Byrom said about the Keenes and their cargo-lift claim. Brint Construction did build the Keenes’ beach house and do the electrical…

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  • Prisoner Files $1 Trillion Lawsuit Over Belly Ache

    … A convict in an Arizona prison won’t quit his belly aching unless he’s paid $1 trillion – literally. Dale Frank Maisano, 61, an inmate at the Arizona State Prison Complex in Tucson, is suing the company that runs the prison’s commissary for $1 trillion, claiming the food gave him cramps and caused him to lose sleep. Read Maisano’s $1 Trillion…

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  • The Intersection of Golf and the Law

    … Although it may not be very likely that you will end up talking to a lawyer instead of the 19th hole bartender after a round, it happens more often than you might imagine. And as a public service, here’s one spot where the law intersects golf with some frequency: a par 3 on a busy course. Why? Because that’s where the traffic bottlenecks happen…

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  • Phila. cop sues Target Corp. for severe eye injuries sustained in attack by shoplifter

    … A Philadelphia police officer is suing retailer Target and two John Doe defendants over injuries he allegedly sustained after an altercation with one of the men at the Target store at 7400 Bustleton Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia. Attorney Jay L. Edelstein, of Edelstein Law, filed suit earlier this month at the Philadelphia Court of Common…

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  • Chris Sevier, Tennessee Man, Suing Apple For Letting Him Access Porn

    … the Law, Sevier accuses Apple of enabling “unfair competition” between porn actresses and his wife: UNFAIR COMPETITION AND INTERFERENCE OF THE MARITAL CONTRACT: The Plaintiff became totally out of synch in his romantic relationship with his wife, which was a consequence of his use of his Apple product. The Plaintiff began desiring, younger more…

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  • Froome Wins the Tour and a Victory for Law Firms on Their Privilege

    … ethically represent the client. In an article in the May issue of the ABA Journal, entitled “Inside Story”, author Mark Curriden reported that, “many corporate GCs privately express concerns about what their law firms may be doing behind their backs.” He quoted Randy Johnston, who focuses his practice at JohnstonTobey PC in Dallas on professional…

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  • ILR: Lawsuits Against S.& P. Sent to One Court

    … New York Times | Jun 10, 2013 Standard & Poor’s won a ruling on Thursday that moves 15 lawsuits in which it and its parent company, McGraw-Hill Financial, were accused of fraudulently inflating credit ratings to one federal court. Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/07/business/15-lawsuits-against-s-p-moved-to-one-court.html…

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  • FCPA: What is Your Compliance Strategy?

    … where you are implementing a strategy to set the all-time season record for losses, but a successful compliance program. How can you go about it? While most companies have compliance programs, they do not have a compliance strategy. To endure, a compliance strategy must address the interests of all stakeholders: investors, employees, customers…

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  • FCPA: DPAs and NPAs – Useful Tools to Achieve Compliance

    … The debate on whether the use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) and Non-Prosecution Agreements (NPAs) has become lively again over the past couple of weeks. Last week, there was a panel hosted by the Corporate Crime Reporter conference at the National Press Club. The panel was moderated by Steven Fagell, a partner at Covington &…

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