Can a victim of excessive force sue and recover a judgment against a "John Doe" police officer?
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In a case involving a suicide in a jail, the Supreme Court must address questions of pleading and qualified immunity.
In this medical malpractice case, the Supreme Court must decide if Petitioner, who sued on an implied consent theory, presented sufficient evidence on the issue of proximate causation to survive summary judgment.
How will the Supreme Court deal with an issue of authentication in an arbitration case?
The Supreme Court is set to tackle arbitration issues in a nursing home case where the trial court found arbitration language in an admission agreement to be both procedurally and substantively unconscionable.
Fire! Fire! Can those affected by smoke and particulates from a warehouse fire join together for class relief?
In a March 17 argument, the Supreme Court takes a look at privilege issues raised in a breach-of-contract case.
Are statements made to police in the course of a criminal investigation absolutely privileged?
How will the Supreme Court deal with questions involving an expert's methodology and damages for annoyance and inconvenience in an uninsured motorist case?
The Supreme Court dives into another arbitration case, this one involving a wife who consented to a transfer of her husband's 401k but did not sign the brokerage agreement in which the arbitration language is found.