(6th Cir. Sep. 30, 2015)
The Sixth Circuit affirms the lower courts, holding that the creditor willfully violated the automatic stay and punitive damages were appropriate. 104 more words
Perez v. Great Wolf Lodge of the Poconos (Pennsylvania)
(trial court disposition)
Plaintiff Brian Perez was a paying guest and business invitee of the defendant Great Wolf Lodge, which operates a hotel and water park in the Poconos. 586 more words
Insurance Bad Faith and Your Stolen Vehicle Claim
We purchase insurance to protect us from many unforeseen and unwelcome possibilities, including vehicle theft. Lately, insurance companies seem to be investigating stolen car claims with additional scrutiny and increasing skepticism. 423 more words
Striking punitive damages allegations in California is the topic of this blog post. If a complaint includes only boilerplate and conclusory allegations in support of a request for punitive damages a motion to strike the punitive damages allegations and/or a prayer for punitive damages should be filed. 717 more words
LANCASTER (CBSLA.com) — A former Rite Aid manager has won nearly $9 million in a lawsuit against the company.
Robert Leggins claimed supervisors harassed him after he was hurt trying to stop a robbery at the Lincoln Heights store. 322 more words
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