"Father's history of frivolous litigation
is well documented.
While most of CalChamber's recommendations are technical in order to reduce unintended consequences, overall, the coalition is encouraged by DOJ's effort to reduce the burdens and costs of Prop 65 lawsuits, which, if passed, will possibly reduce the flood of frivolous litigation
and encourage transparency and fairness in the process.
In the particular context of fee-shifting bylaws, a proportionate bylaw is one that provides a mechanism for a neutral arbiter to award two-way shifting of reasonable fees in response to frivolous litigation
They deal with public revenue and that cannot be wasted in such frivolous litigation
. The court went on to wonder why higher officials did not have the courage to take bold decisions particularly of not pursuing such matters up to this court or higher.
The first, a rule drafted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, will seek to reduce frivolous litigation
by making it easier to ascertain who actually owns a patent.
The legislation contains strict new regulations on franchise contracts and introduces vague new language that would burden the courts with frivolous litigation
. In December, an IFA delegation met with legislators and staff, as well as other key stakeholders to oppose the bill.
Before the 2015 legislative session, state lawmakers should study regulatory barriers to economic growth, the costs of implementing federal health care reform and frivolous litigation
related to "patent trolling," Lt.
In comments to the agency when the rule was proposed, for example, NAMIC said the rule could undermine the underwriting process and "trigger a wave of frivolous litigation
Tyson spokesman Gary Mickelson said his company is still reviewing the lawsuit, but added that: "it appears to be an example of creative lawyers trying to use frivolous litigation
to extract money from companies that have done nothing wrong." Michelson says none of its chickens are given feed additives containing arsenic.
Gary Mickelson, a Tyson spokesman, said the lawsuit "appears to be an example of creative lawyers trying to use frivolous litigation
to extract money from companies that have done nothing wrong.
And the one that started a whole load of what has been described as "frivolous litigation
" - the 79-year-old lady who spilled a cup of McDonald's coffee in her lap in a motor car as she attempted to add cream and sugar and sued when she was burned because the brew was "unreasonably dangerous."
By linking lawyer-driven and frivolous litigation
, the slogan suggests that when lawyers drive the cases, the results are frivolous suits benefiting no one other than the attorneys themselves.