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Plaintiff’s standing questioned in auto sales scam

The Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Court, 4th Department, denied plaintiff’s motion for partial summary judgment in Page One Auto Sales, Inc. v. Elite Auto Sales, establishing that inconsistencies in plaintiff’s own papers raised issues of fact in ...

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Device to record car crash info gains popularity (8159)

Did you ever wonder why airplanes have the benefit of a computerized flight data recorder and automobiles don’t have some similar sophisticated contraption≠ The “black box” can often provide significant information about a plane crash. What if we had the ...

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Device to record car crash info gains popularity

Did you ever wonder why airplanes have the benefit of a computerized flight data recorder and automobiles don’t have some similar sophisticated contraption? The “black box” can often provide significant information about a plane crash. What if we had the ...

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Court rules on rental car cos.' indemnification (8092)

Rental car companies may not chase their customers for injuries caused to third parties, so long as the damage amount falls below the minimum insurance that the rental company is statutorily required to provide, held a unanimous New York Court ...

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Court rules on rental car cos.' indemnification

Rental car companies may not chase their customers for injuries caused to third parties, so long as the damage amount falls below the minimum insurance that the rental company is statutorily required to provide, held a unanimous New York Court ...

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New York law doesn't address attempted DWI (7990)

On appeal from the Fourth Department, the Court of Appeals reversed the holding in People v. Prescott, 263 A.D.2d 254, determining that the legislature’s specific language governing driving while intoxicated and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle did not extend ...

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New York law doesn't address attempted DWI

On appeal from the Fourth Department, the Court of Appeals reversed the holding in People v. Prescott, 263 A.D.2d 254, determining that the legislature’s specific language governing driving while intoxicated and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle did not extend ...

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