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Tip: Setting the Ad Damnum (access required)

Plaintiffs, be careful what you ask for… Personal-injury lawyers dream about million-dollar verdicts, but a high verdict can be a malpractice liability — or at least an embarrassment — if the attorney initially sued for less. After all, a plaintiff ...

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News in Brief for 12/4/95 (access required)

Bankruptcy boom continues The boom in bankruptcy filings has accelerated around the state, according to court statistics. The western part of the state will see a new record–6,997 filings–if current trends hold, according to John W. L. Craig, clerk of ...

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No order, but income imputed (access required)

A father who switched to a lower-paying job must have income imputed to him, even though there was no support order in place when he changed jobs, the Court of Appeals has ruled. This decision extends the landmark case of ...

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