Tort Law

Careers

80-year-old lawyer won biggest case of his career last year

Injury and Accident Law

Permanently injured Cirque performers make do with workers’ comp

Consumer Law

Smartwatch makers should fund $1B education campaign about driving dangers, lawyer’s suit says

Education Law

Masked gunman in surprise ‘active shooter’ school drill traumatized teacher, federal lawsuit says

Family Law

Sperm donor didn’t have touted degrees and ‘impressive health history,’ suit says

Trials & Litigation

Playboy suit says law firm tried $6M case instead of seeking settlement within insurance limits

Consumer Law

GM bankruptcy filing in 2009 blocks economic loss claims in ignition-switch cases, judge rules

Tort Law

Window washer who survived 11-story fall is sued by driver whose car he struck

Intellectual Property Law

Amazon sues over claimed fake reviews posted on its site

Internet Law

Blogging law prof didn’t defame plaintiff with ‘between the lines’ analysis, appeals court says

Legal Ethics

Lawyer who read medical document from anonymous sender can’t represent med-mal plaintiff, court says

Trials & Litigation

Prosecutors hid proof of innocence in NYC shooting case, says man exonerated after 24 years

Trials & Litigation

Injured woman’s suit blames ‘zombies’ near Comic-Con, San Diego and driver

Trials & Litigation

Appeals court ruling reviving $40M courthouse-renovation asbestos suit will go to state’s top court

Trials & Litigation

Lawyers who sued over meds given to wrong dog can seek $67K, says appeals court

Government Law

Nursing homes ask court to nix Cohen Milstein probe and void contingency-fee pact with state AG

Product Liability Law

Jury awards $150M against Fiat Chrysler in fiery death of boy, 4, after Jeep is rear-ended

Evidence

Man jailed in double-homicide case sues Chicago, says surveillance showed a different shooter

Trials & Litigation

Appeals court: Driver who kicked drunken friend out of his car is liable for 3rd-party hit-and-run

Opening Statements

Data from wearable devices is being eyed as evidence in the courtroom