Home / 2011 / June (page 16)

Monthly Archives: June 2011

Court Defers Jury Trial for Preferential Transfer Claim (access required)

Although defendant food supplier wants a jury trial of a bankruptcy trustee’s suit alleging debtor restaurateur’s payment to the food supplier was a preferential transfer, the Alexandria U.S. District Court says the bankruptcy court should first handle discovery and summary ...

Read More »

Public Adjuster Docs Protected by Work Product (access required)

In this litigation over insurance coverage for a shopping center fire, documents prepared by a public adjuster hired by the shopping center to assist in pursuing claims against defendant National Surety are protected by the attorney work product privilege, says ...

Read More »

Dress up days

Today is June 8, so you can take it to the bank that the new law graduates of the Class of 2011 are no longer feeling the euphoria of graduation. Last month’s celebrations are a distant memory because now lawyer ...

Read More »

Quayle to retire from Senate

Sen. Fred Quayle, a lawyer in Suffolk and the senior Republican on the Courts of Justice Committee, will not seek reelection to a sixth term. The redistricting plan approved last month put Quayle and another Republican, Sen. Harry Blevins of ...

Read More »