The Most Notable Personal Injury And Med Mal Cases Of 2019

Law360 (December 20, 2019, 12:59 PM EST) -- Personal injury and medical malpractice attorneys saw yet another year of precedent-setting rulings and significant developments in 2019, from the U.S. Supreme Court turning down Remington's appeal in a Sandy Hook suit to the Third Circuit letting travelers sue the TSA over misconduct by screeners.

Justices Allow Sandy Hook Families to Sue Remington

The U.S. Supreme Court said in November that it wouldn't take up a bid by Remington Arms Co. LLC to review a Connecticut court ruling that allowed the families of Sandy Hook shooting victims to sue the gunmaker.

The high court's denial will allow a case to go...

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