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Is the ability for video-testimony a consideration for changing venue for party and witness convenience?

August 3, 2022 Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

Rycz v. Superior Court of San Francisco

In San Diego, and I assume every other county and court in California…probably the United States, our Courts have taken to the use of video-conferencing instead of in-person hearings.

What Is The Camp Lejeune Justice Act?

August 1, 2022 Personal injury

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act was passed on August 2, 2022. This bill now allows those who suffered harm as a result of exposure to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune to sue for financial damages. 

Ford Recalls SUVs Due to Potential Fire Hazard: CaseyGerry Class Action Investigation

July 18, 2022 Blog,Class Action

The law firm of CaseyGerry continues to investigate a recall of almost 60,000 SUVs due to a potential fire hazard. On July 13, 2022, the law firms of CaseyGerry and Bailey & Glasser, LLP filed a lawsuit against Ford Motor Company, on behalf of those who received a recall notice.

Online Retail Laws and Third-party Sellers

In some ways, online retail is the “Wild West” of product liability law, because there are still many questions and relatively little precedent. Among the cases that have been resolved in this arena, some have been in favor of the victim, and some with the retailer.

Lawsuit Filed in Elephant Insurance Data Breach

July 11, 2022 Blog,Class Action

On July 8, 2022, the law firm of CaseyGerry, Webster Book LLP and Lockridge Grindal Nauen P.L.L.P.  filed a lawsuit against Elephant Insurance on behalf of those who received notice of the 2022 Elephant Insurance data breach.

Experian – Identity theft and credit fraud

July 11, 2022 Blog,Class Action

Do you have Experian credit monitoring?  According to an article by KrebsonSecurity, hackers are able to take over an individual’s Experian account simply by changing the email address of the existing account.

Do schools owe a duty to protect students from 3rd parties? Achay v. Huntington Beach Unified High School District

July 8, 2022 Blog,California Laws

By Eric Ganci

The facts of this 6/28/22 California Court of Appeals decision Achay v. Huntington Beach Unified High School District (cited as 2022 WL 2339171) are sad: a high school student attends track practice after regular school hours.

Suing for Injuries Related to Smartphone Apps

July 7, 2022 Ecommerce

We often discuss the nuances of product liability law as it relates to e-commerce. But injuries and wrongful death have involved a variety of digital platforms. When these situations involve something conceptual like using software, rather than a product, they raise the question: Can people sue when injuries and death occur?

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