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Evidence presented at trial showed that the London-based company made a defective part that caused the right engine of the DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter to blow up shortly after takeoff July 29, 2006. The family of the sixth victim of the crash at the
Kent Swig 's alleged misuse of a home loan led his estranged wife Elizabeth to nearly lose their apartment to foreclosure, leaving her running to her famous daddy, real estate giant Harry Macklowe , for cash, The New York Daily News reported
The Utility Consumers' Action Network has filed a cross-complaint against former executive director Michael Shames, claiming he breached his fiduciary duty by accepting illegal bonuses and not informing the board...The group seeks to recover the
Soon after that case was filed, the Debtor and her Husband divorced, and the Debtor tried to give her Husband all her interests in three properties and their vehicles, totaling $466,000 in value...Debtor then dismissed the divorce proceeding in that
Republicans fought hard against the election bill, which would allow voters to register up to Election Day. It also would ensure all registered voters are sent mail ballots and would close neighborhood polling places in favor of a few centralized
we're not at liberty to discuss, but if you're on our side, you won't be disappointed reading it in all its 91-page splendor...April 19, 2013), was won on a Rule 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss with a combination of TwIqbal and preemption under Buckman Co.
Jefferson Siegel Billionaire William Koch (left) and his lawyer, John Hueston, hold two phony wine bottles as they celebrate Koch's massive win in his case, where he claimed Internet mogul Eric Greenberg knowingly sold him the worthless wine.
In a telephonic hearing involving attorneys from both parties, Elgee ruled that one McKinstry motion before the court and two district issues would be heard and considered separately. The judge kept in place a hearing set for Monday, April 22, to
Health Plan of Nevada (HPN) today issued the following statement regarding the punitive damages award in the Meyer/Brunson case that recently concluded at the Clark County Courthouse: The number announced today has no grounding whatsoever in reality
A jury has awarded $26 million to the families of three people killed when a small plane crashed near Arlington in 2008. The single-engine Cessna went down en route from San Juan Island to Auburn when its engine failed. The pilot, Brenda Houston, of