Monthly Archives:: April 2013

Prevailing Law on Causation Standards

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The prevailing opinion of federal courts is that tort claims require proof of “but-for” causation – that the plaintiff’s injury would not have occurred in the absence of the defendant’s behavior. The U.S. Supreme Court recently underscored this holding in …

Summary Judgment in Linde v. Arab Bank, PLC

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On April 24, 2013, the Eastern District Court of New York issued a decision in the Linde case granting in part and denying in part Arab Bank’s motion for summary judgment. In her ruling, Judge Nina Gershon dismissed the plaintiffs’ …

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