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Louisiana Residents Proved Landfill Odor, Emissions Were Harmful

Louisiana’s Jefferson Parish Landfill emitted odors and gasses that were capable of causing headaches, vomiting, fatigue, and other ailments that decrease quality of life, a federal judge ruled, handing a victory to hundreds of nearby homeowners and residents.

Empress Ambulance Services Sued Over Health Info Data Breach

Empress Ambulance Service LLC allegedly failed to protect patients’ personal information in connection with a May 2022 ransomware attack and data breach that exposed the information of nearly 320,000 current and former patients, a new proposed federal class action says.

United Rentals Asks Texas Top Court to Toss $5 Million Verdict

United Rentals North America Inc. asked the Texas Supreme Court on Wednesday to throw out a $5 million jury award for non-economic damages to the family of a man who died crushed by a collapsing beam because there isn’t enough evidence he was conscious before dying.

Valve’s Escape From Gaming Patent Suit Upheld on Appeal (1)

The Federal Circuit used a video game patent-infringement case Wednesday to clarify that expert witnesses must rely on the exact definitions agreed to by the parties for terms used in patent claims, saying experts are not free to adopt different definitions—even if they don’t conflict with the original construction.

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‘I’m Not a Cat’ Takeaways: 5 Virtual Court Tips from Judges

In the wake of lawyer cat, judges from across the country share advice lawyers must know to ace their virtual court appearances.

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