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State Bar Regulations (access required)

The Supreme Court has revised the old licensing regulations for professional corporations, replacing them with new rules which govern both professional corporations and PLLCs. The rules approved Dec. 2 include regulations as well as sample certification and filing forms (Lawyers ...

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Case Reports From Around The State (access required)

Following are synopses of some of the verdicts and settlements reported on page 15: Motorcycle wreck in construction zone. A 19-year-old motorcyclist was awarded $350,000 by a Franklin County Superior Court jury. The plaintiff had stopped for a Department of ...

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Church Settles Day Camp Drowning (access required)

The mother of a five-year-old who drowned at a church camp outing has settled her wrongful death suit for $825,000. The March 10 settlement, which also covers the mother’s claim for emotional distress, is one of the largest against a ...

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Practice Pointers (access required)

In the wake of State v. Hamrick, prosecutors and defense lawyers should proceed cautiously in auto cases that result in multiple criminal charges. Sometimes, a plea or conviction on the first charge will bar prosecution of the second under the ...

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