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TORT   Mihaila v. Troth (3/1/22) Holding: Court of Appeals (Div. 2) reversed a grant of summary judgment to homeowners, citing disputed questions of fact regard roofer’s fall onto grounding pole on homeowners’ property and whether homeowners “anticipated some harm even though the danger the grounding rod presented was known and …

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EEOC Guidance Update The EEOC’s technical assistance document recaps the Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia decision and provides Q&A format guidance explaining the EEOC’s position on several sexual-orientation and gender-identity-related workplace discrimination issues: Non-LGBTQ+ job applicants and employees are also protected against sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination, and employers …

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QUESTION:  Is Claimant’s late notice to his UM Insurer excused if he didn’t realize the extent of his injuries and thought the Defendant’s liability insurance would be enough to cover claim? ANSWER:  It is a “fact-based” question so it depends on the facts. Sometimes, yes. Sometimes no. YES:  See Progressive …

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FOMO: noun; Fear of Missing Out The Disruptive Lawyer got a call from the claims manager of an insurance carrier he had never worked with. The claims manager explained, “Hey, I’ve attended a few of your Masters of Negotiation Series seminars and read The Disruptive Lawyer’s Little Black Book of Litigation …