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10 Jun 2013, 8:28 am by Evan Schaeffer
State Farm; appeal and motion for class certification filed"-- A lawsuit alleging fraudulent activity in Avery v. [read post]
20 Mar 2008, 10:44 am
The court highlighted the difference between California and federal standards regarding summary judgment/adjudication motions:"Pointing out through argument, as Avery Dennison has done, that Fotheringham has no evidence of malice and oppression or of the requisite managing agent conduct is inadequate. . . . 'Whereas, under federal law, "pointing out through argument" [citation] may be sufficient [citation], under state law, it is not.' (Id. at p. 855, fn.… [read post]
9 Feb 2016, 9:29 am by Craig Platt
You see, whether people like it or not, under our criminal justice system, the one we have right here in the United States of America, it should make zero difference to a lawyer whether a Defendant did it or not. [read post]
12 Aug 2013, 7:25 am by Kevin
This article compares the plaintiffs in Avery v. [read post]
“The regulatory history of the HIPAA demonstrates that neither HIPAA nor its implementing regulations were intended to preempt tort actions under state law arising out of the unauthorized release of a plaintiff’s medical records,” Justice Flemming Norcott wrote for a unanimous court in Byrne v. [read post]
“The regulatory history of the HIPAA demonstrates that neither HIPAA nor its implementing regulations were intended to preempt tort actions under state law arising out of the unauthorized release of a plaintiff’s medical records,” Justice Flemming Norcott wrote for a unanimous court in Byrne v. [read post]
“The regulatory history of the HIPAA demonstrates that neither HIPAA nor its implementing regulations were intended to preempt tort actions under state law arising out of the unauthorized release of a plaintiff’s medical records,” Justice Flemming Norcott wrote for a unanimous court in Byrne v. [read post]