Practice Tip: Common-Law Indemnification
Alan D. Kaplan,
Marisa A. Leto
LJN's Prodcut Liability Law & Strategy
This article provides an in-depth discussion of the concept of common-law indemnification, using New York State to illustrate how the law has evolved in that state, from the inception of contribution as an available remedy through the present day interpretation by the courts. Although this concept by definition derives from the "common law," practitioners should be aware that many states have their own peculiarities that must be identified at the outset of any litigation so that an appropriate strategy can be devised.
Litigating Products Liability Class Actions
Susan T. Dwyer,
Ronald J. Levine
Products Liability Class Actions - Early Case Assessment
Class action specialists Susan Dwyer and Ronald Levine have authored a book chapter on early case assessment in product liability class actions. The chapter is part of a larger book published by Aspatore (Thomson) publishing addressing recent decisions, case validity and trial preparation in product liability class actions.
Social Networking And Litigation
LJN’s E-Commerce Law & Strategy, Volume 25, Number 9
Ron Levine discusses the current landscape of social networking sites and the role they play when a user is faced with a lawsuit.
Whose Space? Discovery of Social Networking Web Sites
Ronald J. Levine
Law Journal Newsletters: Product Liability & Law Strategy, Volume 28, Number 5
Ron Levine discusses the current landscape of social networking sites and the role they play when a user is faced with a lawsuit in "Whose Space? Discovery of Social Networking Web Sites."