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 04 May, 2017

Case Hack: Use the Fine Print Against Them

This is a case study about twisting a company’s own restrictive language against it. But before we get to the details…   Let’s talk bananas.   Tropical fruit companies have a history of owning the land and controlling the politics of ‘third-world’ countries (this is the much more cynical meaning of ‘Banana Republic,’ before it […]

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Nathan Morris

by Nathan Morris Legal Practice

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 28 Apr, 2017

New Tech Alert: The Textalyzer

We’ve written before that multitasking is a killer, but in the driver’s seat the metaphor becomes literal. New technology aims to cut down on distracted driving — and the information it gathers might prove invaluable in personal injury lawsuits.     Texting while driving is increasingly being viewed as a public health crisis. And with […]

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by Ryan Anderson Legal News

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 21 Apr, 2017

Frequent Tortfeasers: plaintiff-side lawyers take on airlines

With so many legal loopholes, how can attorneys hold airlines accountable?   You’ve probably seen the cell phone footage by now: on April 9th, Kentucky resident Dr. David Dao was dragged, screaming and bloody, off a United flight.   Though United CEO Oscar Munoz publicly apologized for the brutal “reaccommodation,” nobody was disciplined for their […]

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by Nathan Morris Legal News

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 14 Apr, 2017

Law Metrics: Find Your MVPs

The NBA Finals are just around the corner, and fans are already arguing over who will be named this season’s Most Valuable Player. Will Stephen Curry pull off a third-consecutive MVP (something only three players — Larry Bird, Wilt Chamberlain, and Bill Russell — have ever done before)? Or will the award go to James […]

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by Ryan Anderson Legal Practice, Productivity

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 31 Mar, 2017

Class Action Spotlight: Prison Labor

In 2014, prisoners at the Aurora Detention Facility sued the company locking them up. These plaintiffs, immigrants who were imprisoned by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), claimed that the Denver-based private detention center violated the Trafficking Victims Protection Act by forcing them to do custodial labor “without compensation and under threat of solitary confinement.” Even […]

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