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Two years ago, Judge Linda Reade of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa made headlines when she dismissed an EEOC lawsuit on behalf of 270 current and former female long haul drivers of Cedar Rapids based CRST Van Expedited. What was notable about...
In its decision issued this morning in JPMorgan Chase & Co. v. Casarano (pdf), the Appeals Court affirmed a Land Court ruling that, because the promissory note secured by a certain second mortgage can't be found, that mortgage is unenforceable and must be deemed...
In this morning's decision in Boyle v. Weiss (pdf), the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) answered an important question certified to it by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts: whether the beneficiary of a trust that holds title to...
The Time for Electronic Recording is Now: New Jersey Passes New Law Updating Title Recordation Procedures
In our electronic age, New Jersey’s antiquated laws governing document recordation were in serious need of some updates. A new law was recently passed modernizing the New Jersey Statutes by requiring the acceptance of electronic alternatives to paper documents, in addition to paper documents....
An 1881 deed and an 1882 Supreme Court decision formed the background for a very modern controversy recently addressed by the Pennsylvania Superior Court. The decision, Butler v. Estate of Powers, casts a shadow over ownership rights in natural gas contained in the Marcellus Shale formation, and...