Ford Motor Co. v. Walker
(Co., filed August 18, 2021): Arguing the procedural sequence presented recurs and justifies clarification of the post-judgment interest calculation. The Court of Appeals interpretation relies on illusions and produces a distinction that has no rational justification. The existence of a rational basis for calculating postjudgment interest using a variable rate depends on including successful appeals vacating judgments for new trials.
The American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) is disappointed to learn that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled against LTL Management, LLC in a case regarding the […]
This op-ed was originally published by Agri-Pulse. Mass tort litigation has become a multi-billion-dollar industry for trial lawyers over the past several decades as they’ve targeted everything from tobacco and […]
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