A wife cannot use e-mails between her husband and another women to obtain a divorce on the grounds that his conduct endangered her “health and reason,” the New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled.
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A whistleblower who claimed that surgeons accepted kickbacks from medical device maker Medtronic in exchange for promoting its products is barred from bringing a False Claims Act suit, because the government was put on notice by public disclosures, a U.S. ...Read More »
A landowner cannot sue a power company for indemnification for an electrocution that occurred on the property, because a recreational immunity statute protects the power company not only from direct liability but also from indemnification, the California Supreme Court has ...
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A collection letter didn’t violate federal consumer protection law – even though the amount stated for “interest due” did not accurately state the total amount of interest that had accrued on an overdue credit card account, the 7th Circuit has ruled ...Read More »