Takata MDL Lives On Without Marquee Defendant

Consumer litigation against major automakers moves forward after Takata seeks bankruptcy protection.

Verdicts, Dealmakers and Commercial Real Estate

Chris Drew and Hermen Rodriguez of HFF.
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On Appeal

  • Supreme Court Takes Case About Judges v. Juries in Civil Actions

    By Noreen Marcus

    The court is asked to review a Geico bad faith insurance case that ended with an award for the plaintiff and a judge's directed verdict.

  • Will SCOTUS Arbitration Ruling Change Florida Law?

    By Noreen Marcus

    A Florida Supreme Court decision supporting litigation in a Miami case proceeds after the U.S. Supreme Court rules for arbitration in a different nursing home case.

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Board of Contributors

  • ‘Winn-Dixie’ Ruling Stresses Importance of Website Accessibility

    By Commentary by Carol C. Lumpkin, Stephanie Moot and Shawn Hogue

    This week, a much-anticipated ruling on website accessibility was issued out of the Southern District of Florida. The ruling in Gil v. Winn-Dixie Stores, case no. 16-23020-civ-Scola (S.D. FL 2017), will require the attention of businesses across the country that host websites. To recap, this was a case of first impression. After a two-day nonjury trial, Judge Robert Scola determined that Winn-Dixie's website operates as a "gateway" to its physical store locations and therefore is required to be accessible to individuals with disabilities, write Carol C. Lumpkin, Stephanie Moot and Shawn Hogue.

  • The Slants: Is This the Beginning of the End for Political Correctness?

    By Commentary by Amanda McGovern and Daniel Alvarez Sox

    The U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of a trademark for The Slants means disparaging terms are worth defending, write attorneys Amanda McGovern and Daniel Alvarez Sox.

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