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Proskauer’s perspective on developments and trends in commercial litigation.

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Seth H. Victor

Seth Victor is an associate in the Litigation Department. He graduated from UCLA School of Law, where he was a Problem Developer for the Moot Court Honors Board and a Senior Editor for the Journal of Environmental Law and Policy.  He also worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable John Z. Lee of the Northern District of Illinois.

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How Different Judicial Notice Rules Can Change an Outcome

Judicial notice is one of the less glamorous parts of motion practice. A request for judicial notice is typically a lower-priority background document, drafted towards the end of the brief-writing process, along with a notice of motion and declaration.  But at times, questions relating to judicial notice standards warrant additional consideration, along with the merits … Continue Reading

Tolling Statutes of Limitations in Products Liability Cases: Latent Injury or Unknown Cause?

Consider a hypothetical person named Jane, who bought a chair twenty years ago. The chair was designed to help relieve back pain, but it actually made it worse. Because Jane was trying many different remedies, she did not associate the chair with the new pain. Additionally, the problems with the chair were not discovered for … Continue Reading
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