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The last week has seen former Rabobank trader Anthony Conti sue his old employer, ArcelorMittal take Essar’s investment manager to court months after acquiring its steel business, and the managing director of AlixPartners sue a prominent Irish businessman and a British property tycoon. Here, Law360 looks at those and other new claims in the U.K.
A Nebraska jury has awarded $3.5 million to a BNSF Railway Co. employee who lost his foot after train cars were moved on a track where he was working.
A Massachusetts federal judge Friday rejected Nissan’s attempt to dismiss a class action alleging certain Altima models were sold with dangerously defective transmissions, finding the suit asserted plenty of specifics despite the carmaker’s insistence the claims are too vague.
An Illinois appellate panel has cut loose a Texas cucumber producer and a trucking brokerage firm in a suit seeking to hold them partially responsible for a woman’s severe injuries from a collision with a big rig contracted to haul cucumbers, saying the companies’ legal exposure ended when the produce was delivered.
Seats Inc. must face BNSF Railway Co.'s breach-of-contract suit alleging the manufacturer should be on the hook for payments to an engineer who suffered career-ending injuries from allegedly defective locomotive seats, a Nebraska federal judge ruled.