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Another Fit Of Fickle Jurisprudence — Now Intentional Conduct CAN Be An Accident For Purposes Of Liability Coverage

by Wilton H. Strickland Back in December of 2012, I published an article in the Montana Lawyer (page 20) discussing the “occurrence” trigger for liability insurance coverage in Montana. I explained …

A Contrary View Of The United Airlines Debacle

by Wilton H. Strickland On April 9 an elderly doctor, David Dao, was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight to make space for airline employees. The disturbing images recorded by other …

Tips For Researching Case Law

by Wilton H. Strickland America’s legal system is based on the common law. This means that we resolve disputes by examining prior, similar disputes and applying the same rule of …

Piercing The Enigma Of “Common Law” Marriage

by Wilton H. Strickland A large number of people who contact me need help with family matters, and on a few of these occasions I’ve heard questions about a mysterious …

Florida Bar Announces New Technology CLE Requirement

by Wilton H. Strickland Attorneys are creatures of habit, often preferring the old and familiar to the new and perplexing. For instance, many attorneys still print out their emails and …

Upcoming Lecture On The Ethics Of Legal Outsourcing

by Wilton H. Strickland On October 10, 2016, I will be giving my lecture titled Ethics Of Legal Outsourcing in a live webinar hosted by the Clear Law Institute. This …

How To Tackle A Motion For Summary Judgment

by Wilton H. Strickland On previous occasions I’ve discussed how to move for dismissal or for judgment on the pleadings, both of which are excellent tools for disposing of complaints …

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