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Supreme Court Rules Woman Can Amend Premises Liability Complaint Against Cruise Line

WASHINGTON, D.C. - (Mealey's) The U.S. Supreme Court on June 7 reversed a decision involving the misnaming of a defendant in the original complaint in a premises liability action, concluding that the mistake did not preclude the plaintiff from filing an amended complaint ( Wanda Krupski v. Costa...

Paulson & Nace Lawyers Honored At American Association For Justice Annual Convention

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Attorneys Barry J. Nace and Christopher T. Nace of Paulson & Nace PLLC were recently honored at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Annual Convention in Vancouver, British Columbia. Both attorneys received the American Association for Justice Distinguished Service Award...

Richard P. Haaz Merges With Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky P.C.

NORRISTOWN, Pa., - Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky P.C. is growing again as Richard P. Haaz merges his highly successful litigation practice and becomes the founding managing attorney of the firm's new Montgomery County office, the principals announced. He began working out of the firm's...

Inadequate Security Cases Involving Third-Party Crimes Yield Favorable Results

For plaintiffs' lawyers, premises liability actions can be tricky when it comes to trying to prove liability. The ordinary slip and fall cases hinge on whether or not a plaintiff is able to prove that the property owner/business owner had actual or constructive notice of the dangerous condition....

July Jury Verdict Round-Up: Top 5 Personal Injury Verdicts

During July, the attorney editors on the LexisNexis Jury Verdict team covered several notable personal injury verdicts from across the country. This informal list of top five cases captured our attention this past month, so we thought you might like to hear about them. If you are interested in submitting...