Month: June 2019

Moore Kuehn files premises liability suits in New York and Connecticut

Posted in Uncategorized on June 30, 2019

Unmarked wet, slippery, or other dangerous conditions in commercial properties can lead to serious injuries.  In most states, a property manager, owner of a commercial property, or landlord are under a duty to use reasonable care to keep portions of their properties in a reasonably safe condition.  Nursing homes, multi-unit residential buildings, concert venues, and… read more

Moore Kuehn prevails before U.S. Court of Appeals

Posted in News on June 19, 2019

In the United States, parties typically pay their own legal fees, absent a fee-shifting statute or contract.  A statute or contract can force the losing party to pay the prevailing party’s legal fees. There are over 200 federal statutes, and nearly 2,000 state statutes that include fee-shifting provisions.  The Fair Labor Standards Act and the Lanham… read more

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