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26 Jun 2022, 12:28 am by Bill Henderson
Guthrie and Cravath The era of the white-shoe lawyer arguably began on May 1, 1899, when Paul Cravath, then a 37-year-old corporate lawyer lateraled into the Seward law firm, thus becoming the law partner of 40-year-old William Guthrie in the firm that would eventually evolve into Cravath Swaine & Moore. [read post]
3 May 2022, 11:34 am by Robert Liles
It means that the Defendant acted in accordance with what he reasonably believed to be proper medical practice. [read post]
17 Mar 2022, 10:34 am by Eugene Volokh
"Allowing different remedies in state law cases heard in federal courts on pendent jurisdiction would undermine the 'twin aims of the Erie rule: discouragement of forum-shopping and avoidance of inequitable administration of the laws.'" LaShawn A. by Moore v. [read post]
23 Feb 2022, 4:05 pm by INFORRM
It is a duty of care detached from its moorings (risk of objectively ascertainable physical injury) and then extended into a duty to prevent other people harming each other. [read post]
20 Feb 2022, 4:38 am
 The application to core policy decision making  as an explanatory as well as a predictive tool and instrument for the"proper " management of group think is fundamental. [read post]
19 Feb 2022, 9:31 am by Cyberleagle
We may be tempted to talk of being made safe from illegality, but that is not safety in its proper duty of care sense. [read post]
14 Dec 2021, 9:57 am by Dennis Crouch
(proper venue in a situation where the plaintiff holds territorially limited patent righ [read post]
29 Nov 2021, 5:01 am by Eugene Volokh
Here's another such case (which I think expresses what today would be the minority view), from 1913 Arkansas, Moore v. [read post]
29 Sep 2021, 12:18 pm by Eugene Volokh
"Allowing different remedies in state law cases heard in federal courts on pendent jurisdiction would undermine the 'twin aims of the Erie rule: discouragement of forum-shopping and avoidance of inequitable administration of the laws.'" LaShawn A. by Moore v. [read post]