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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 […]

Drafting Or Enforcing A Liquidated Damages Provision? Make Sure The Amount Is Reasonably Proportionate.

Florida’s Non-Competition Statute Governs More Than Just Competition, and Pleading the Statute’s Factors as an Affirmative Defense Might Not Be Required

Supreme Court Cuts Off an Attempt to Expand the TCPA’s Autodialer Definition

A Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing: Why Pennsylvania Supreme Court Adoption of Strict Liability for Consumer Protection Law Catch-All Claims Poses No New Threat

Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court, et al.: Has the Test Changed for Specific Personal Jurisdiction Over Corporate Defendants?

Leave it to the Experts: A Review of Recent Pennsylvania Decisions & Standards Regarding Expert Testimony

Protecting a New Generation of Entrepreneurs Created by the Economic Dislocations of the Pandemic Against Predatory Piercing Claims: How New Jersey Can Respond

The Future of the Sudden Emergency Doctrine in Pennsylvania: The Doctrine Remains Viable But It’s No Longer a Defense

Every Promise Has a Price to Pay: New Jersey Supreme Court Reaffirms Availability of Damages for Non-Contractual Promises

When Insurers Collide: Can Exhaustion Turn into Improper Erosion?

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