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  • USLAW NETWORK releases updated State Judicial Profiles by County Report

    USLAW NETWORK has released an updated edition of its State Judicial Profile by County Report. The 50-state comprehensive report offers a judicial profile of each county in the U.S. and identifies counties as Conservative, Moderate or Liberal. New to the current report is the addition of key court decisions ... more

  • New USLAW NETWORK state-by-state compendiums focus on liability damages caps and workers’ comp medic

    USLAW NETWORK  has released two new compendiums: the 50-State Analysis of Liability Damages Caps and the 50-State Analysis of Workers’ Compensation Medical Benefits Caps. Scott H. Moulton and Fred L. Hubbs of Hall Booth Smith, P.C. in Georgia served as editors, respectively, of the new compendiums. more

  • 2017-18 USLAW NETWORK Board of Directors announced

    During USLAW NETWORK’s recent annual member meeting in Carlsbad, California, the 2017-18 USLAW NETWORK Board of Directors was elected and John D. Cromie of Connell Foley LLP in Roseland, New Jersey, was named chair of USLAW. In addition, Kevin L. Fritz of Lashly & Baer, P.C. in Missouri was named vice ... more

  • Connell Foley’s John D. Cromie Named Chair of USLAW NETWORK

    John D. Cromie, partner at Connell Foley LLC in New Jersey, chair of the firm’s Corporate and Business Law practice and member of the Management Committee, has been named chair of USLAW NETWORK, Inc. for 2017-2018.  The announcement was made at the NETWORK’s annual member meeting in Carlsbad, California.  ... more

  • Latest Edition Of USLAW Magazine Is Available For Download

    The 2017 Fall/Winter issue of USLAW Magazine has been published and is now available for download. Articles focus on the ever-increasing impact of the opioid epidemic, medical marijuana and the legalization movement, technology in transportation litigation, insights into cybersecurity, data breaches ... more

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  • The doctrine of conventional subrogation in real estate is familiar to most lenders: a new lender that pays the mortgage of a prior one steps into the shoes of – or is subrogated to – the prior lender’s security interest in the real estate. This principle allows new lenders to ...
  • In Olga Despotis Trust v. The Cincinnati Insurance Company, a tornado destroyed a building leased as a medical imaging facility in Missouri, owned by the Trust and insured by The Cincinnati Insurance Company (CIC). Approximately one and one-half months after the loss, the Trustee forwarded a completed Proof of Loss ...
  • Incarceration is big business in the United States, with costs to taxpayers estimated at over $80 billion dollars per year for the estimated 2.2 million individuals in custody. From county jails to state prisons, correctional healthcare providers are in the news daily, from questions and concerns regarding the expenses of ...

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