No prohibition relief available in a breach-of-contract case where the issue is one of relevancy.
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In yet another arbitration case, the Supreme Court discusses how a nonsignatory can be compelled to arbitrate under the doctrine of equitable estoppel.
In a new Supreme Court case, a motor vehicle purchaser successfully overcomes an arbitration clause.
Is a recovery of compensatory damages necessary before punitive damages can be recovered? Not in a §1983 case, says the Supreme Court.
In court testimony from a fact witness is entitled to absolute immunity.
In a case involving a mine explosion, the Supreme Court narrows the scope of "bystander" liability.
The Supreme Court resolves immunity issues in a case involving a county IT employee, but sends the remaining issues back for further proceedings.
In another blow to workplace protection, the Supreme Court refuses to provide a remedy where an employee defended himself against an attack and was then discharged for workplace violence.
In a 4-1 decision, the Supreme Court prevents recovery against the Fayette County school system where it was subject to a "takeover" by the state board of education.
Does a physician's duty of care terminate when a patient leaves a hospital against medical advice? The Supreme Court says yes.