Travelers Indemnity Co. must pay more than $500 million under an insurance policy covering asbestos claims, a unanimous federal appeals panel has ruled, reinstating a bankruptcy court order that had been overturned by a district court.
United States of America, Appellee v. Scott D. Kopstein, aka "Mikehrny," Defendant-Appellant, 13-417-cr
Faulting Jury Instructions, Split Panel Vacates Verdict
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Housing Provider Must Accept Rent for Tenant's Grandson Judge Says
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