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September 21st, 2017

Suspect in Thwarted Armed Robbery Reportedly Considering Lawsuit Against Civilian Hero

Only in hyper-litigious America would someone caught red-handed in the commission of an apparent armed robbery have the gall to consider a lawsuit against the civilian hero who courageously thwarted that robbery . . . → Read More: Suspect in Thwarted Armed Robbery Reportedly Considering Lawsuit Against Civilian Hero

August 19th, 2011

Punitive Damages Ruling All But Guarantees California Will Repeat As a ‘Judicial Hellhole’

Brushing aside precedents from both the U.S. Supreme Court and its own state supreme court, a California appeals court has affirmed a trial court’s punitive damages award that is 16 times larger than the compensatory damages awarded in a tobacco case . . . → Read More: Punitive Damages Ruling All But Guarantees California Will Repeat As a ‘Judicial Hellhole’