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By: Heather S. White
All summaries are written by Heather White and are for informational purposes only. Snow Christensen & Martineau represented clients in some of the cases listed below, but the firm was not legal counsel for all of them. Ceballos v….
After the district court granted in part and denied in part the defendants’ motion to dismiss the due process claims asserted against them under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, holding one defendant was entitled to qualified immunity on all claims, while one…
By: Keith A. Call
In-house counsel have tough jobs. Your legal guidance may be integral to your company’s success.
On appeal from denial of her motion to suppress, defendant argued that police searched her purse in violation of the Fourth Amendment. The government responded that the search was constitutionally permissible as a search of defendant’s “person” incident to arrest….
This case arose out of the efforts of the IRS to investigate the tax liability of a medical marijuana dispensary in New Mexico. The Tenth Circuit affirmed the district court’s denial of motions to quash third-party summonses the IRS issued…
Plaintiff’s complaint identified this personal injury suit as a Tier 2 case, but when the jury awarded damages in excess of $600,000, he sought to amend his tier designation post-trial under Rule 15(b)(1), which allows post-trial amendments to pleadings to…