This discussion looks to the Seventh Circuit’s decision in Fulton Dental, LLC v. Bisco, Inc., which rejected a defendant’s attempt to use Rule 67 to deposit funds with the court’s registry as a way to force a putative class representative to involuntarily settle its claim. Fulton Dental builds on the Supreme Court’s decision, last year, in Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez, which held that an unaccepted Rule 68 offer of judgment could not moot a plaintiff’s claims.
Colin E. Flora | Jun 24th, 2017
Court of Appeals Holds Indiana Child Wrongful Death Statute Permits Award of Attorney Fees and Costs
Colin E. Flora | Jun 23rd, 2017
This week we look to the Court of Appeals of Indiana decision in Angel Shores Mobile Home Park, Inc. v. Crays, which held that attorneys fees and costs are recoverable under the Indiana Child Wrongful Death Act.