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10 Feb 2011, 4:40 am by LaBovick Law
The Broward Sheriff's Office is trying to fight insurance fraud. In an effort to stem this massive problem, they are checking driver's insurance randomly. This means that you should be prepared with your insurance card, registration card in your vehicle at all times.   In Florida, drivers are required to have proof of insurance while driving. Florida Statute Chapter 324 discusses the motor vehicle financial responsibility.  Driving Without Registration / With Expired Registration… [read post]
16 Mar 2011, 1:04 am by Jeffrey
I'm beginning to love the new makeup of the Oklahoma Supreme Court. First, we have substantial victories where the Court strengthened consumer laws in Oklahoma, and now we have a significant victory against insurance companies who seek to exclude individuals from their policies.Mulford v. Neal, 2011 OK 20, is the most recently-released case from the Oklahoma Supreme Court. In Mulford, the Court holds that particular named-driver exclusions violate Oklahoma's public policy. Id. at 1. In particular,… [read post]
8 Aug 2012, 8:20 am by Kirk Jenkins
The Illinois Supreme Court will release two civil opinions tomorrow [pdf]. While we await the opinions, here’s a preview of the first case, Doe v. White [pdf]. Doe arises from a sexual abuse case against a second-grade teacher in Urbana. The victims and their mothers sued not only the Urbana school district and various administrators, but also the McLean County School District – the teacher’s previous employer. According to the operative complaint, administrators in McLean County knew that… [read post]
8 Aug 2012, 8:20 am by Kirk Jenkins
The Illinois Supreme Court will release two civil opinions tomorrow [pdf]. While we await the opinions, here’s a preview of the first case, Doe v. White [pdf]. Doe arises from a sexual abuse case against a second-grade teacher in Urbana. The victims and their mothers sued not only the Urbana school district and various administrators, but also the McLean County School District – the teacher’s previous employer. According to the operative complaint,… [read post]
9 Aug 2012, 3:09 pm by Kirk Jenkins
This morning, the Illinois Supreme Court handed down its decision in Doe v. White [pdf]. Doe arises from a teacher sexual abuse case. As explained in detail here, a grade school teacher was disciplined for sexual misconduct by his then-employer, the McLean County School District. Rather than reporting the matter to state authorities, McLean purportedly took a variety of steps to “pass” the teacher to another school district – Urbana – including negotiating a severance agreement which… [read post]
9 Aug 2012, 3:09 pm by Kirk Jenkins
This morning, the Illinois Supreme Court handed down its decision in Doe v. White [pdf]. Doe arises from a teacher sexual abuse case. As explained in detail here, a grade school teacher was disciplined for sexual misconduct by his then-employer, the McLean County School District. Rather than reporting the matter to state authorities, McLean purportedly took a variety of steps to “pass” the teacher to another school district – Urbana – including negotiating a… [read post]
1 Jul 2013, 9:00 am by Tony T. Liu
Under California Civil Jury Instructions (CACI) 324 – Anticipatory Breach, contracts can be broken even before the performed services are scheduled to transpire. Plaintiffs, then, have remedies for what is known as an ‘anticipatory breach of contract.’ However, before you can initiate a valid lawsuit your claim must be justified by meeting the burden of proof required to sustain your allegations. This requires the advice of an experienced business litigation attorney, and a better… [read post]
15 Nov 2009, 5:33 pm by David Oxenford
What will be the issues that broadcasters need to be concerned about in next year's Media Ownership proceeding?  To get a clue, broadcasters should watch and listen to the second day of the FCC workshop on multiple ownership, featuring members of various public interest groups in Washington the week before last (watch it on the FCC website, here).  These workshops, as we wrote here, were held to start the process on the Commission's upcoming Quadrennial Review of the multiple ownership… [read post]