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In my recent blog entry, 998 Update: Avoiding the Wreckage, I mentioned that the CCP 998 decisions keep on coming. Little did I know that even more were on the way. Each new decision covers a wrinkle that could affect the outcome of a case in dramatic ways. And so as...
FELDMAN v. OLIN CORPORATION (February 23, 2012) In an employment discrimination case, the plaintiff named as a defendant Global Brass & Copper, Inc. The only problem - he had never worked for Global. The company moved for sanctions pursuant both to Rule 11 and the court's...
Nancy J.White, Central Michigan University, has published Harry Potter and the Denial of Due Process. Here is the abstract.This paper is designed to be used to teach students the concept of due process using the book/move Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. It contains an overview of due...
The news that Mary Brown, one of the lead plaintiffs in the ACA litigation, declared bankruptcy with about $ 4500 in unpaid medical bills is one for the Irony Can Be Pretty Ironic file. But it also might either justify or demonstrate the silliness of standing doctrine in constitutional litigation,...
Production of Confidential Settlement Documents - the Continuing Saga of Todd Bertuzzi and Steve Moore
As a lifelong Canucks fan, I will never forget the video footage of Todd Bertuzzi tackling Steve Moore and the subsequent North American wide television coverage. This incident was back in the news recently because Master Dash of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ordered production of the...