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Ansa Assuncao Wins Motion to Dismiss in Rhode Island Federal Court Based on Plaintiff’s Failure to Preserve Evidence

On May 29, 2018, the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island granted Ansa Assuncao’s motion to dismiss a product liability lawsuit filed by Amica Mutual Insurance Company against BrassCraft Manufacturing Company related to a 2015 accident. The dismissal was based on Amica’s failure to preserve the BrassCraft product allegedly involved in […]

New Executive Order Aimed at Tightening the Definition of “American-Made Products” Will Impact Domestic Manufacturers, Especially Those Utilizing Global Supply Chains

US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) Rules of Origin and The Impact on Domestic Manufacturers

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

COVID-19 UPDATE: New Jersey Jury Trials to Resume Incrementally Starting This Fall

COVID-19 UPDATE: New Jersey Court Embraces Virtual Deposition As The New Norm

New Jersey Shuts Down “Non-Essential” Construction Projects To Mitigate Covid-19 – “Essential” Projects Can Continue Under Certain Conditions

What Business Owners in New Jersey and New York Need to Know About COVID-19 Disruptions to Contractual Promises

David Gonzalez Joins Ansa Assuncao at the Firm’s New Jersey Office

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