With spooky costumes, haunted houses, festive parties and trick-or-treating, Halloween events can often pave the way for lawsuits …..
Two Wisconsin law firms are engaged in an extended litigation debate over online advertising keywords that may set the precedent for future disputes over the state’s publicity and privacy rights in advertising…
When Liebeck vs. McDonald’s Restaurants, was filed in 1992, it was branded by the media as a prime example of the excess and frivolity of tort law, and used as a primary argument for tort reform. The general story (that spread like wildfire) was that a woman, while driving, received burns from hot coffee that she spilled on her lap and decided to sue McDonald’s. But was the lawsuit unjustified?