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When Can a Company Represent Itself (Pro Se) In Colorado Courts?

We often see a company (corporations or limited liability companies (LLC)) attempt to proceed pro se (represent itself) in lawsuits in the Colorado courts.  Almost every time, the judge will order the company to obtain counsel or face a default…

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Who’s To Blame When a Wine Bottle Explodes While using a Coravin™?

Who is to blame when a wine bottle explodes while using a Coravin™?  We’ve written about wine bottles breaking while opening before, but the invention of the Coravin™  poses a new problem.  Wine bottles, by their very nature, are meant to…

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Expert Testimony That “Any Exposure” To Asbestos Is A Substantial Factor Is Inadmissible

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued an opinion that, according to one asbestos plaintiffs' blog, "could have far-reaching implications." Betz v. Pneumo Abex LLC was an automotive friction products asbestos case.  The focus of the court’s decision was on the admissibility of…

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“Less Than 2%” Of Nanotechnology Research Is Devoted To Risk Identification

The UK’s The Guardian broadly reviews the on-going debate surrounding nanotechnology—namely, whether the benefits offered by nanotech materials outweigh the risks to the environment and to humans--a pertinent discussion in the context of any product liability lawsuit.  The article juxtaposes the uncertainty…

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