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Posted January 25, 2021 with Tags

Courtney Ward-Reichard, Editor of “Mass Torts in the United States”

"Mass torts" is an incredibly broad term that includes many disparate substantive areas--everything from an airplane accident that injures many individuals at once, to asbestos claims involving alleged exposure and injury over the course of many decades. This book aims to provide a useful guide that examines most phases of mass tort cases while appealing to attorneys of varying levels of experience in many different types of cases.

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Posted June 5, 2020 with Tags , ,

COVID-19: The Next Public Nuisance?

Retail businesses and restaurants have been devastated by stay-at-home orders intended to combat the COVID-19 epidemic. As restrictions begin to loosen, businesses have more freedom to open their doors, but in doing so, face the risk of lawsuits brought by employees or customers who allege that they were exposed to COVID-19.

Newsroom image for the post Impact Analysis for Higher Education: Weighing Risks Posed by Demands for Tuition and Housing Refunds

Posted April 24, 2020 with Tags ,

Impact Analysis for Higher Education: Weighing Risks Posed by Demands for Tuition and Housing Refunds

“Stay-at-home” orders in response to COVID-19 have shifted learning from college classrooms to online platforms and emptied residence and dining halls. Campus administrators are responding to demands from parents and students to refund tuition, housing and meal plan costs, and student fees. Most institutions have adopted policies to reimburse prorated fees and expenses, but are not offering tuition refunds. For many families, this is not enough, and several have filed class-action lawsuits against the schools, with more likely to come.

Posted January 30, 2015

Social Media Marketing In Practice

Special Counsel Courtney Ward-Reichard asks legal technology experts to share their favorite platforms in this Law Practice article.

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