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Once a month, South-Western Legal Studies in Business provides 10-30 summaries of the most important legal cases happening around the country. Professionally selected and prepared by Roger Meiners, University of Texas—Arlington, South-Western Legal Studies in Business' Case Updates provide the perfect information source for your legal studies course.

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Select a headline to see the associated briefed case, or select the topic that follows the headline to see all briefed cases available for that topic.

Employees Must Provide Access to Social Network Sites for Litigation Purposes (Employment Discrimination)

Company Responsible for Guard Dog that Attacked Employee (Torts)

Parties Do Not Have a Right to Call as Many Expert Witnesses as Desired (Court Procedure)

Injured Party May Not Collect Twice Based on Underinsured Motorist Coverage (Insurance)

Courts May Not Intervene in Arbitration Where Attorney and Arbitrator Misconduct Alleged (Alternate Dispute Resolution)

Dramshop Act Controls Determination of Liability for Drunk Driving by Employees (Employment Law)

Indiana Court Changes Interpretation of Standard CGL Policy Term (Insurance)

Employee May Sue for Retaliatory Discharge for Refusing to Falsify Financial Statements (Employment Law)

Pain and Suffering Damages for Drowning Victim Allowed (Torts)

No Private Cause of Action to Enforce Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (Consumer Protection)

Clear Terms in Bill of Lading Control Liability for Goods Stolen in Shipment (Sales)

Court May Approve Trust Revision over Objection of One Trust Beneficiary (Wills, Estates, and Trusts)

 

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