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Products Liability

Drug Manufacturers Methamphetamine Costs Unjust Enrichment Where Arkansas counties brought a civil action to recover costs related to fighting illegal methamphetamine use against drug manufacturers that make or distribute cold medicine products containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, judgment on the pleadings ...

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Criminal Law

Bankruptcy Fraud Intent Evidence   Where statements from a bankruptcy court were admitted in defendants’ trial on bankruptcy fraud and money laundering charges, the statements were warnings to avoid concealing estate property and were properly admitted as probative of the ...

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8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Civil practice Application of amendment; STAA 08-1222 Timothy J. Elbert, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. True Value Co., Defendant-Appellee Appeal From: U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota Submitted: Nov. 13, 2008 Filed: Dec. 19, 2008 ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District

Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District Arbitration Class action waiver; unconscionable ED90949 Dequae Woods, Plaintiff/Respondent, v. QC Financial Services Inc., Defendant/Appellant Appeal From: St. Louis County Circuit Court, Judge Richard C. Bresnahan Handdown Date: 12/23/2008 Opinion Author: Judge Sherri B. ...

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Negligence: Medical Malpractice – Instructional Error – ‘Roving Commission’

Where a verdict director in a medical malpractice case used a term that was never specifically defined by the instructions or by the evidence offered at trial, the use of the term constituted a roving commission for the jury because ...

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Administrative: Medical Licensing – Discipline – Unprofessional Conduct

Where the Administrative Hearing Commission placed a neurosurgeon’s medical license on probation for five years after a determination that the surgeon engaged in unprofessional conduct by performing an inappropriate operation on a patient, the issue could not be determined by ...

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