Tag Archives: Judge Paul V. Niemeyer

Amazon was not a ‘seller’ of allegedly defective product (access required)

Although the allegedly defective product was shipped to Amazon’s warehouse before being shipped to the customer, because title to the product was never transferred to Amazon, and all other evidence indicated another party remained the seller, Amazon could not be ...

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Attorneys’ fees paid by party with duty to enforce unconstitutional law (access required)

A county board of elections that was tasked with enforcing a law enacted by the state was required to pay the attorneys’ fees of the plaintiffs who prevailed in an action to enjoin the enforcement of the law on the ...

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Flagrant discovery violations support dismissal sanction (access required)

The failure of a nurse practitioner to produce thousands of email messages in her suits against a hospital, and her submission, after a day-long deposition, of a 54-page declaration that rendered her deposition useless, supported the district court’s decision to ...

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