Category Archives: Legal Substance

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 …

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 …
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There’s More Than One Way To Skin A Cat: Spotting Grounds For Automatic Dismissal Of A Complaint

by Wilton H. Strickland When presented with a complaint against a client, many attorneys reflexively think ahead to a possible trial — they sketch out the relevant issues and witnesses, …

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Important Dialogue Concerning Florida Law Of Premises Liability

by Wilton H. Strickland I was honored that the Florida Bar Journal chose to publish my article concerning premises liability in its December 2014 issue. This was the second article …

Premises Liability Revisited: The Law Of Foreseeable Crimes Becomes Clearer And Murkier

by Wilton H. Strickland I am pleased to announce that the Florida Bar Journal has published my latest article as the cover story for its December 2014 issue. The article …

How To Assert A Section 1983 Civil Rights Claim Against A Private Citizen

by Wilton H. Strickland Perhaps one of the most effective tools for discouraging violations of our civil rights is 42 U.S.C. § 1983 (“Section 1983”), a statute that empowers us …

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