Jan 28 2009

Out of State Companies May Be Caught in “Web” of NY Jurisdiction

Mark A. Berman, in today’s New York Law Journal, discusses one of the risks of doing business on the internet via a website:  depending on how solicitous a foreign website is to New Yorkers and their business, that website may serve as the basis for jurisdiction in New York in the event of a lawsuit. […]

Jan 27 2009

News You Can Use: Voir Dire for Drug and Device Products Cases

The folks at the Drug and Device Law blog share their insights into how lawyers must take the negative press constantly swirling around the FDA into account while engaged in jury selection.  They also welcome your suggestions. Tweet

Jan 26 2009

Third Dept.’s Application of Arons v. Jutkowitz Results in New Trial for Plaintiff

In a case decided on January 22, 2009, the Appellate Division, Third Department, affirmed the trial court’s granting of plaintiff’s motion to set aside a defense verdict, based on defense counsel’s violation of the principles of Arons v. Jutkowitz and HIPAA.  The case is Straub v. Yalamanchili.  H/Ts to Matthew Lerner and Nicole Black, each of […]

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