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Founded in 1984, Strafford Publications, Inc. is a leading national publisher of specialized information services. We publish authoritative litigation digests in several practice areas.
In Current Publications
$1.1 Million verdict in favor of plaintiffs in medical negligence action affirmed
$115 Million settlement of securities fraud action against AIG officers approved
$14.5 Million judgment for contractor on defamation claim against State Farm affirmed
$475,000 Judgment for woman misdiagnosed with breast cancer upheld
Allstate has no duty to indemnify shooting victim's state court judgment
Approval of $45 million settlement of FCRA claims reversed based on class conflict
Breast cancer patient awarded $3.75 million in medical malpractice action
Business owners claim Google misrepresented terms of advertising service
Doctor has no protected contractual interest in continuation of staff privileges
FDA approval of new label does not entitle drug company to period of exclusivity
Full satisfaction of sole plaintiff's individual claim moots FLSA collective action
Health department fires physician for accessing confidential personnel records
Insurer has no duty to defend claim alleging wrongful repossession of vehicle
Insurer not required to show prejudice arising from late notice
Liberty Mutual dismisses appeal of $450 million settlement of claims against AIG
Muslim consumer seeks damages from inclusion of pork-based ingredient in supplements
Ongoing SEC investigation not sufficient to give rise to inference of scienter
Plaintiffs' general allegations regarding CEO's $1.5 billion in personal debt fail to support inference of scienter
Police officer was "using" car that hit her under terms of employer's auto policy
Property owner claims insurer induced it to switch to policy with less coverage