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A railroad had no duty to prevent injuries suffered by a boy who attempted to jump a slow-moving freight train, the Illinois Supreme Court has ruled in vacating a $3.9 million jury verdict.Read More »
Divorce attorneys are still reporting an increase in requests for postnuptial agreements, according to a new poll by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.Read More »
A $9.5 million settlement of a consumer class action against Facebook was sufficiently adequate to be approved, even if it represented only a fraction of what some class members claimed they could recover in individual lawsuits, the 9th Circuit has ruled in affirming judgment.
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