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Blog Posts in August, 2005

Malicious Prosecution Verdict Redresses Oppressive Lawsuit Litigation Tactic

David Domina had no choice but to tell the Firm's Wisconsin client the statute of limitations made a suit against her uncle impossible. More than 25 years passed between the uncle's memory - ...

Circuit Court Affirms Decision Against Cattlemen

United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit's Three Judge Panel assigned responsibility for review of the Pickett v. Tyson case affirmed a lower court ruling, stripping cattlemen of their ...

Nebraska Vioxx Litigation

A recent Texas victory in the nation's first Vioxx case "signals hope for Nebraska and Midwest victims who relied on the safety of Vioxx as a prescription medication, and who, along with ...

Wal-Mart Fails Zoning Step in Plattsmouth.

The Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Planning Commission voted unanimously to reject a rezoning application designed to accommodate construction of a Wal-Mart box store in that community. The advisory decision ...

Arizona Client Wins Over $1.1 Million in Damages In Inverse Condemnation Suit Against United States

An Arizona alfalfa farmer’s battle against the United States took a significant step toward victory when the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Phoenix found the government must pay over $1.1 million in ...

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