Supreme Court upsets a settlement involving a confessed judgment and an assignment. Read more...
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How broad is the MPLA? Apparently so broad that it applies to patients injured when they fall on defective equipment in the examining room. Read more...
Yet another harsh result in an arbitration case: an arbitration clause is upheld in a case between local pharmacies and an out-of-state provider.
Supreme Court rules in favor of police in a case involving a response to a potential suicide threat.
Supreme Court reverses an inconsistent verdict, but Justice Loughry pushes back in a stinging dissent
In a close case, the Supreme Court finds that a city is immune where a clogged fire hose prevented the city's fire department from putting out a house fire.
Supreme Court rejects yet another challenge to an arbitration agreement.
Supreme Court: The legislature's comprehensive regulation of gambling effectively preempts any common law claims alleging that casinos or manufacturers of gambling equipment are liable for a patron's gambling addiction or resulting losses, including suicide.
Despite undisputed proof of aggravation and a lack of damages for that aggravation, the Supreme Court reverses the grant of a new trial.
The Supreme Court refuses to recognize that political subdivisions have a higher, statutory duty to keep their property in repair, leaving an injured plaintiff without a remedy.