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The issue of excusable neglect often arises in the context of motions under Rule 60(B). And this case shows that when proving excusable neglect, you need to provide more than just argument.
You may think that a favorable outcome in a case is res judicata and prevents relitigating previously litigated issues. But while this is generally true, it is not a universal truth.
Apparently, lawsuits involving dangerous horses are governed by a different set of rules than claims involving other dangerous animals if the riders are engaged in a sporting activity at the time of the injury.
Defendants routinely argue that plaintiffs need expert testimony to show that a particular form of damage was caused by a particular tortious act. This case shows that what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander, and plaintiffs can make that same argument, too....
Health Care Whistleblowers Protected by Absolute Privilege; Abbott v. Individual Support Home Health Agency, Inc.
Some kinds of speech are protected by various legal privileges. The most powerful of these privileges is the absolute privilege because it is a complete defense to a claim based on that speech. And this case discusses the absolute privilege certain healthcare...
If someone at a hospital accesses and distributes a patient’s private medical information, what is the proper process that the patient should use to pursue their claims? In this case, the plaintiffs did not try to take their claims through the medical panel review...
It’s Unanimous: All active members of Price Waicukauski Joven & Catlin, LLC recognized in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©
Price Waicukauski Joven & Catlin is happy to announce that all three of its active members, Ron Waicukauski, Carol Nemeth Joven, and Brad Catlin were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. This is the...
This case is a word of warning to those who are disabled—you may need to prove your disability, rather than just claim it, in order to get an accommodation.
Separators is a centrifuge company. Over the course of its existence, it has amassed a large collection of reference materials, all of which have been digitized. Carmichael was Separators’ parts manager for eight years, and Monday was Carmichael’s assistant. Neither Carmichael nor Monday signed a non-compete, non-solicitation, or confidentiality agreement with Separators.
Business records are evidence in many kinds of proceedings. And it appears that there is some disagreement in Indiana’s appellate courts regarding what constitutes a business record and what does not. This panel of the Indiana Court of Appeals made its position clear in this case.
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