Nevada Supreme Court has modified the privity requirement established in Five Star Capital Corp. v. Rudy, to incorporate the principles of nonmutual claim preclusion.
Weddell vs. Sharp, et al., 131 Nev. Adv. Op. 28 (May 28, 2015) By Joseph P. Garin, Lipson Neilson Cole Seltzer & Garin, P.C., Las Vegas, NV Business partners, Appellant Rolland Weddell and nonparty Michael Stewart, submitted their commercial dispute to a panel of three attorney mediators, including Defendant attorney Sharp. Following a decision in […]
Sandra D. Glazier has co-authored a paper on Undue Influence
Sandra D. Glazier, a partner at Lipson/Neilson, , entitled What Every Estate Planner Should Know about Undue Influence: Recognizing It, Insulating/Planning Against It … and Litigating It. Sandra co-presented the paper in NYC to Bloomberg’s BNA Estate and Gift Tax Advisory Board on March 19, 2015 and at the ABA’s 2015 Estate Planning and Real […]
Michigan Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Two Medical Malpractice Cases That May Impact All Cases Filed in Michigan Courts
On May 5, 2015, the Michigan Supreme Court held oral argument in Tyra v Organ Procurement Agency of Michigan (Docket Nos. 148079 & 148087) and Furr v McLeod (Docket No, 149344), two medical malpractice case whose resolution will affect how medical malpractice cases are handled in Michigan and could affect how attorneys in all civil […]