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    Mastering Video Arguments

    April 8, 2024 | Publications

    Oral arguments by video were the norm in most appellate courts during the COVID-19 pandemic. While m...

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    What Is the Appellate Practitioner’s First Order of Business the Day of Oral Argument?

    April 5, 2024 | Publications

    Lawyers—especially appellate practitioners—are commonly instructed to “know their judge” bef...

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    Corporate Transparency Act Faces Constitutional Hurdle

    March 7, 2024 | Corporate Transparency Act

    On March 1, 2024, a federal district court in the Northern District of Alabama entered a final decla...

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    Creating the Appellate Record and Tips to Avoid Problems

    February 26, 2024 | Publications

    As the California Fourth District Court of Appeal observed in one published decision: “When practi...

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    Limitations on Appellate Review of Arbitration Awards

    February 23, 2024 | Publications

    Although arbitration has many advantages, including speed of resolution and confidentiality, one dis...

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    Pointers for Handling Appellate Extraordinary Writs

    February 23, 2024 | Publications

    Appellate extraordinary writs are expedited attempts to overturn or get a different result from a lo...

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    Kemp v. Rice Drilling D, LLC: When ‘Royalty’ Ruins the Party

    January 2, 2024 | Publications

    In Kemp v. Rice Drilling D, LLC,[1] Ohio’s Seventh District Court of Appeals applied the Marketabl...

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    FBT Secures Reversal of $18.2 million Jury Verdict as Kentucky Supreme Court Strengthens Product Lia...

    September 7, 2023 | Experience

    The Kentucky Supreme Court’s recent decision in Primal Vantage Company, Inc. v. Kevin O’Bryan, e...

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    Fifth Circuit Eliminates the ‘Ultimate-Employment-Decisions’ Test for Title VII Discrimination C...

    August 28, 2023 | Publications

    For decades, federal courts in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi have restricted liability for emplo...

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    Frost Brown Todd Secures Sixth Circuit Victory for Rolling Stone in Nicholas Sandmann Defamation Cas...

    August 24, 2023 | Experience

    Frost Brown Todd (FBT) recently achieved a significant triumph for the First Amendment and its clien...

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