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Have We Reached the Tipping Point? Emerging Causation Issues in Data-Breach Litigation. Hooker, Michael; McConnell, Guy P.; Pill, Jason A. May 1, 2020 6213
The 'legal rules' in lost profits cases. Ferraro, Stephen L.; Amodio, Charles S. Mar 7, 2019 836
Superseding cause jury instruction properly given. Feb 10, 2019 1002
Extraterritoriality and Proximate Cause After WesternGeco. Holbrook, Timothy R. Jan 1, 2019 15247
COA: Taxi company not liable for passenger's death. Dryden, Lee Oct 16, 2018 790
Judge faults retirement panel in accidental disability case. Bridges, Barry Sep 20, 2018 1600
4th Cir.: RICO no remedy for shorted subcontractor. Lightle, Rebecca M. Mar 19, 2018 970
Analysis: Going with your gut won't hold up in court. Smiley, Agenique Feb 9, 2018 928
Minimally Invasive Plate Osteosynthesis for Proximal Humerus Fractures: A Retrospective Study Describing Principles and Advantages of the Technique. Alberio, Riccardo Luigi; Del Re, Matteo; Grassi, Federico Alberto Report Jan 1, 2018 5511
Come and "take" it: whooping cranes, Texas water rights, Endangered Species Act liability, and reconciling ecological scientific testimony within the context of proximate causation. Miller, Brett A. Author abstract Jun 22, 2016 6094
Come and "take" it: whooping cranes, Texas water rights, Endangered Species Act liability, and reconciling ecological scientific testimony within the context of proximate causation. Miller, Brett A. Jun 22, 2016 13340
A missed opportunity for whooping cranes - and western water authorities - on the Texas Gulf Coast. Sandford, Jonah Sep 22, 2015 7261
Prudential standing after Lexmark International, Inc. v. Static Control Components, Inc. Young, Ernest A. Sep 22, 2014 6327
Statutory proximate cause. Sperino, Sandra F. Feb 1, 2013 21741
The (un)foreseen effects of abrogating proximate causation in CSX Transportation, Inc. v. McBride: the new role of foreseeability under FELA and the Jones Act. Ubl, Kyle W. Case note Jun 1, 2012 13317
Muddy waters: the end of proximate causation in FELA and Jones Act claims. Maples, Aaron Mar 22, 2012 11208
Working with proximate cause: an "elements" approach. Maurer, Daniel D. Dec 1, 2011 5149
Apples and oranges: securities market losses should be treated differently for major white-collar criminal sentencing under the federal guidelines. Esterhay, John D. Sep 22, 2011 13128
Pleading panic: pure emotional damages as "sickness or disease" for bodily injury claims. Blumberg, Joseph N. Case note Jun 22, 2011 12651
Section 2259 restitution claims and child pornography possession. McLeod, Dina May 1, 2011 17395
Victory for defendants in asbestos case: the Illinois Supreme Court allows defendants in asbestos cases to introduce evidence that someone else's negligence was the sole proximate cause of a plaintiff's injuries. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Jun 1, 2009 852
Evidence is insufelent to prove negligence if the conclusion its merely possible. Jun 1, 2009 374
The law of describing accidents: a new proposal for determining the number of occurrences in insurance. Murray, Michael May 1, 2009 26413
Proving proximate cause in malpractice cases: trial and appellate courts in Illinois have struggled to determine the plaintiff's proper burden of proving proximate cause in "lost chance" medical malpractice cases, the authors argue. They offer several appellate court decisions to make their point that confusion persists. Lavin, Terrence J.; Lau, Kristina M. May 1, 2009 4106
The difficult plaintiff: the influence of somatoform disorders in civil tort. Davidson, Terence M.; Tung, Jennifer J. Jan 1, 2008 6287
The felony murder rule in Illinois: the injustice of the proximate cause theory explored via research in cognitive psychology. Lijtmaer, Martin Jan 1, 2008 13385
Proximate cause in constitutional torts: holding interrogators liable for Fifth Amendment violations at trial. Flaxman, Joel May 1, 2007 12012
Parent companies more vulnerable to suit for subsidiaries' torts: under the direct participant theory, recently adopted by the Illinois Supreme Court, a parent business that guides its subsidiary's activities may be liable for the subsidiary's torts. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Apr 1, 2007 1025
Saving negligent entrustment claims: for more than 50 years, courts have routinely dismissed negligent entrustment claims when truck companies admit agency in crashes. Here's how to keep your client's claim from getting tossed. Beal, Scott Feb 1, 2007 2654
Before liability can be imposed, plaintiff must show not only that a patient's suicide was foreseeable, but also establish the applicable standard of care, that the psychiatrist breached this standard, and that the breach was a proximate cause of the suicide. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2007 839
Defending the transactional legal malpractice case: trends and considerations for defense counsel. Hogan, R. Todd; Hardy, Franz Oct 1, 2006 6293
The reexamination clause: exploring bifurcation in mass tort litigation: analyzing the constitutional hurdle to bifurcated trials. Taber, W. Russell Jan 1, 2006 11510
Keeping dry: a mold claim leads the Ninth Circuit to examine the causation and loss-in-progress rule. Rutkin, Alan S. Feb 1, 2004 740
Insurers are consumers, too, Second Circuit says in Rezulin fraud case. Tischler, Eric Sep 1, 2003 757
Priority, probability, and proximate cause: lessons from tort law about imposing ESA responsibility for wildlife harm on water users and other joint habitat modifiers. Rasband, James R. Jun 22, 2003 35727
Making up for lost time: your client could have recovered from an illness, if only his or her physician had made a correct diagnosis and provided appropriate treatment. Use the loss-of-chance doctrine to hold negligent doctors accountable. Leventhal, Jim Jun 1, 2003 1603
TX: Use of vasopressors result in loss of limbs: unavoidable accident not result of malpractice. Tammelleo, A. David Dec 1, 2002 544
Silverstein settles: 2 insurers to pay $356 million. Chapman, Parke Brief Article Feb 27, 2002 248
Causation and the law: preemption, lawful sufficiency, and causal sufficiency. Fumerton, Richard; Kress, Ken Sep 22, 2001 12696
Liability for negligently disabling or failing to repair a traffic signal: absolute immunity in the Third District? Perwin, Joel S. Jul 1, 1999 4534
"Efficient proximate causation" in the context of property insurance claims. Wuerfel, Mark D.; Koop, Mark Jul 1, 1998 5063
Proximate cause in Michael Moore's 'Act and Crime.' (Symposium: Act & Crime) Katz, Leo May 1, 1994 6767

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