Monthly Archives: August 2007

Judge Criticizes Inadequacy of Material to Support Costs Claimed on Motion for Settlement Approval

Lau v. Bloomfield is the latest in a series of cases in which judges have taken lawyers to task for inadequate materials filed in support of motions for court approval of settlements. (See our previous discussions of Marcoccia v. GillĀ and … Continue reading

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Two-Year HTA Limitation Might Not Bar Claim Arising from Faulty Brake Hose

In Giustini v. Poppa, Mr. Justice Thomas Lofchik dismissed a motion for summary judgment by Goodyear Tire and other defendants, who had argued that a claim against them was barred by the two-year limitation period in the Highway Traffic Act. … Continue reading

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