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Ansa Assuncao LLP’s Maryland Team Secures Appellate Victory Before Texas Supreme Court

On March 13, 2020, Ansa Assuncao LLP’s Maryland office team, working in conjunction with their Texas colleagues, secured extraordinary relief from the Supreme Court of Texas on behalf of firm client Mobile Mini, Inc. in a construction worker’s personal injury suit that named Mobile Mini and other corporate defendants. In a per curiam opinion, the […]

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The Loan Documents Encumber Real Property in Two Separate Florida Counties. How Many Foreclosure Actions Are Necessary, and Where Should the Lender File the Action(s)?

Florida Federal Judge Rejects Dentist’s Attempt to Evade Virus Exclusion in Insurance Policy

AB-5’s Newest Chapters: Uber and Lyft Take a Hit, While Dozens of Other Gig Professions Score a Big Win

There’s No More Frye-ing in Maryland: The Court of Appeals Finally Adopts Daubert

The Maryland Bar Exam Will Proceed Remotely in October 2020, But Applicants May Seek Special Authorization for Limited and Temporary Supervised Practice of Law

New Jersey’s Highest Court Holds That a Consumer Fraud Claim Alleging Express Misrepresentations May be Brought in the Same Action as a Product Defect Claim Alleging Physical Harm

Robert A. Assuncao of Ansa Assuncao, LLP Named Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America

Florida Appellate Court Remands for Evidentiary Hearing to Determine Whether Non-Signatories Bound by Agreement to Arbitrate

Maryland General Assembly Members Urge the State Court of Appeals to Allow New Law School Graduates to Practice Without Passing the Bar Exam

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