Litigation Article Archives

What Is the Reach of the AIA General Conditions’ Consequential Damages Waiver?

May, 2022 | By Stephen S. McCloskey and Thomas V. McCarron

Stephen S. McCloskey and Thomas V. McCarron published an article for The Legal Intelligencer discussing the scope of waiver provisions to consequential damages incurred due to termination of the contract during construction.

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Associate Derek M. Van de Walle Authors Article on Bloodhound Evidence

December, 2021 | By Derek M. Van de Walle

Derek M. Van de Walle, an Associate in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group, recently authored an article for The Baltimore Barrister, a quarterly publication of the Bar Association of Baltimore. The article, titled “Scents and Culpability: Bloodhounds in the Courtroom,” highlights the role of the bloodhound in the legal world, including the admissibility of bloodhound…

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Off-label Drug and Device Promotion in the Wake of Amarin

February, 2017

Recent cases involving promotion to doctors have challenged off-label promotion enforcement actions based on due process and First Amendment grounds, as well as physicians’ need for scientific information. By Marisa A. Trasatti and Marie Claire Langlois

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The Internet of Things and its Impact of Data Retention, E-Discovery, Products Liability, and Cybersecurity

January, 2017

The exponential rise of the IoT implicates several important areas of law. Pertinent to this analysis are the areas of Data Retention, E-Discovery, Products Liability, and Cybersecurity. By Marisa A. Trasatti and Matthew S. Sarna

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