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It Pays to Be Sick

Connecticut broadens its paid sick leave law

No Duty Owed to Patrons When Shoplifters Steal

Florida decision finds employees' actions did not escalate situation

When Does a Pre-Suit Demand Letter Constitute a Claim?

New York decision emphasizes importance of understanding policy terms and timelines

Enhancing Reliability

Amended Michigan rule of evidence and its impact on expert witness testimony

California Insureds Seeking Brandt Fees Waive Attorney-Client Privilege

Decision leaves open whether party suing can restore attorney-client privilege by retracting claim for Brandt fees

You Are Not Hallucinating

Risks and problems associated with generative AI for lawyers

Tax Court Overturned

IRS may penalize failure to file returns reporting control of foreign businesses

PFAS Chemicals Playing Tough on Turf Fields

Higher education institutions housing turf fields for student athletes could face PFAS-related litigation

Navigating Liability

Labor Law 241(6) broadened in recent New York court decision

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