Mediation isn’t as common as it was a year ago, but when it happens, here are the rules.
A Marshall jury in Judge Gilstrap’s court found for USAA in its second trial this afternoon. The verdict is different than last fall’s $200 million in a couple of ways.
Ever wonder what a federal judge can’t do? Not if you’ve read the FRCPs.
Even though a court may grant leave to obtain discovery through the Hague, timeliness is still a consideration.
It’s customary to stay execution of a judgment pending the resolution of post-judgment motions, and here’s what that looks like.
No, it’s not a thing, but there is a catch.
No, that’s not a legal concept – it means there’s been a jury verdict in the Implicit case.
A “Catch-22” is defined as a dilemma or difficult circumstance from which there is no escape because of mutually conflicting or dependent conditions. This is an example.