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 MG+M Boston Attorneys Kevin Hadfield and Christos Koutrobis successfully obtained judgment on the pleadings for its client in Shepard v. AG Realty Investment, LLC, WWM-CV18-6014773-S, a personal injury case brought in the Connecticut Superior Court for the Judicial District of Putnam. Plaintiff, a police officer, was attacked and bitten by a dog while executing a search warrant at an apartment building owned by MG+M’s client. In his complaint, Plaintiff stated that the dog was…
The rules of civil procedure are thrust, like harpoons, upon young lawyers during their first year of law school, and for good reason.  Failing to abide by any number of a jurisdiction’s various rules sections, subsections, and clauses can result in instant death to your client’s cause of action or defense.  For example, we know that under Rule 12(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, motions asserting the defense of personal jurisdiction must be…
In asbestos litigation, often times a plaintiff’s sole evidence of product identification takes the form of an affidavit created shortly before the claimant passes away.  Typically called a “dying-declaration” affidavit, the document preserves the plaintiff’s written testimony for trial, thereby preserving his cause of action against the individuals and entities he believes were responsible for causing his illness. Such affidavits are problematic for defendants for a variety of reasons, principally because the affidavits are frequently…
How to ‘Bell-weather’ a Recall: Position Your Company to Withstand a Recall Efficiently and Effectively   Headlines announcing the recall of some product or another seem to appear as regularly as the changing of the seasons, and often times, to the consumer at large, they come and go just as subtly. It is wholly unsurprising, however, that recalls involving a food item often land with the jolt and turbulence of a spring thunderstorm. The notion…