Filing Bankruptcy What Happens to Lawsuits

Filing Bankruptcy What Happens to Lawsuits What is a Lawsuit When you get behind on your bills, medical bills, credit cards, other loans, etc, first comes the collection letters and phone calls, then the civil lawsuits. A civil lawsuit is … Read full article

Civil Procedure – Request for Production of Documents in a Civil Lawsuit

Civil Procedure – Request for Production of Documents in a Civil Lawsuit Evidence Discovery in Tennessee Civil Law Cases In a Tennessee civil lawsuit one of the key pre-trial legal procedures involves written requests for production of documents. Like interrogatories … Read full article

Ugliness – Should it be a Protected Class

An economist believes that ugliness should be considered a disability and protected under law. It may sound good in theory, but in practice it would create a civil litigation nightmare.

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Hotel Overbooking, Serious Enough for a Class Action Lawsuit?

Using a credit card to guarantee a hotel room reservation creates a contract between you and the hotel. A Dallas civil trial attorney is considering taking action against hotels that breach this contract by overbooking and denying the guest a room.

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Chattanooga City Court Not Only Court on Endangered List

The bad economy is taking its toll on state court in 29 states. Georgia Supreme Court is begging vendors for free pens, New Hampshire has suspended civil jury trials for a year, and some courts have stopped accepting filings because of the lack of paper.

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