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Jailed Ex-Lawyer Presses Appeal for Janis Joplin, Gordon Lightfoot Royalties

The panel of circuit judges Jose Cabranes, Robert Sack and Myrna Perez, meanwhile, dismissed a parallel action, on grounds that it is not reviewable on appeal. The remanded surrogate’s court portion of the matter was directed to Ulster County, where a music manager resided in Woodstock, New York.         Click Here To Read The Full […]

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Law Firm Claims Former Associate Lied About Personal Relationship to Client's Family to Obtain Larger Share of Fees

This case was first surfaced by Law.com Radar, ALM’s source for immediate alerting on just-filed cases in state and federal courts. Law.com Radar now offers state court coverage nationwide. Sign up today and be among the first to know about new suits in your region, practice area or client sector.         Click Here To Read […]

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IBM Ordered to Produce Documents in Relation to Chemical Company's Spoliation of Evidence Claim by Ohio Judge

In a recent ruling, a judge granted The Lubrizol Corp.’s motion to compel the production of documents in support of its claims for spoliation of evidence against IBM, with Ohio being one of the few jurisdictions that permits parties to assert a cause of action for the tort of spoliation of evidence.         Click Here […]

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