Quantcast
Home / 2011 / November (page 20)

Monthly Archives: November 2011

The language of law

Tortfeasor. I never had heard that word until September 1982, when it cropped up in my first-semester Torts class. The guy who commits a civil wrong isn’t a wrongdoer, or a miscreant, or even a bad guy. He is a ...

Read More »

Out-of-State Lawyer Loses Experts, Case Dismissed (access required)

In a medical malpractice case, the trial court did not abuse its discretion in excluding plaintiff’s expert designations as untimely and invalid without signature of local counsel, and in granting summary judgment for defendant after excluding plaintiff’s expert testimony on ...

Read More »