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November 2019 Archives

Understanding all the crucial steps in a personal injury trial

Quad Cities defendants in a personal injury trial need to have a plan. These types of cases can involve significant emotional affect and thousands -- if not millions -- of dollars. To have a solid plan, it is important for defendants in a personal injury case to understand all of the crucial steps in a trial.

Is your employee justified in filing a wrongful discharge claim?

You may not feel surprised to learn that a former employee has filed a lawsuit claiming wrongful termination. No matter how carefully you followed company policy, employment law and your own sense of fairness, the thought of facing a lawsuit may have you second-guessing yourself as a business owner or manager.

Defense approaches to personal injury claims

Being named as a Quad Cities defendant in a personal injury lawsuit can send an individual, business or municipality into full-on evaluation mode. What is the source of the claim? Is there any validity to the claim? What is the extent of damages that is being claimed? These questions, along with many others, are usually the first to pop up in the mind of a defendant in a personal injury lawsuit.

Investors allege fraudulent misrepresentation over funding of energy project

Investors in an Iowa biogas project are claiming that developers didn't have the funding -- $15 million -- they claimed they had. The investors' lawsuit alleges fraudulent misrepresentation, breach of contract and theft, among other allegations.

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