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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

"Superior Court Upholds $55M Crashworthiness Award Against Honda": Max Mitchell of The Legal Intelligencer has this article in which I am mentioned and quoted.

And Dan Packel of reports that "Honda Can't Topple $55M Seat Belt Defect Verdict In Pa."

My earlier coverage of today's Pa. Superior Court ruling -- in a case in which I am serving as appellate counsel for plaintiffs -- can be accessed here. And the appellate briefs filed in the case can be accessed via this earlier post.

Update: In other news coverage, Matt Miller of The Patriot-News of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania reports that "Honda must pay $55.3M to driver paralyzed in rollover crash, Pa. court says."
Posted at 10:55 PM by Howard Bashman

Programming note: Beginning this afternoon through midday on Friday, I will be attending the Third Circuit's Judicial Conference in Lancaster, Pa.

While the conference is underway, this blog will be updated only at night. Regular programming should return by Saturday. As always while I am traveling, more frequent appellate-related retweets will appear on this blog's Twitter feed.
Posted at 11:45 AM by Howard Bashman

Pa. Superior Court affirms judgment for plaintiffs in Martinez v. Honda: You can access today's unanimous, non-precedential ruling of a three-judge panel at this link. I am lead appellate counsel for plaintiffs-appellees in this matter.

I previously linked to the parties' appellate briefs in a post you can access here.
Posted at 11:37 AM by Howard Bashman

Access today's rulings of the U.S. Supreme Court in argued cases: The Court today issued rulings in two argued cases. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch did not participate in either ruling, as both cases were argued before he reached the Court.

1. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivered the opinion of the Court in Nelson v. Colorado, No. 15-1256. Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. issued an opinion concurring in the judgment. And Justice Clarence Thomas issued a dissenting opinion. You can access the oral argument via this link.

2. And Justice Thomas delivered the opinion of the Court in Manrique v. United States, No. 15-7250. Justice Ginsburg issued a dissenting opinion, in which Justice Sonia Sotomayor joined. You can access the oral argument via this link.

Update: In early news coverage, The Associated Press reports that "Justices require new appeal for challenging victim awards."
Posted at 10:03 AM by Howard Bashman

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