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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