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Top 5 Civil Appeals and the Top 5 Non-Traditional Holiday Movies of the 1980s

Dated: December 18, 2018

What better way to end the year than with a festive sampling of Court of Appeal decisions?

The Top 5 decisions from November, as selected by this month’s Netletter author, Jason Squire, deal with the interpretation of an arbitration clause, the treatment of “participant expert” evidence at trial, a summary judgment motion in a case of alleged social host liability, whether a trial judge’s refusal to enter judgment pursuant to a jury’s verdict was a final or interlocutory order, and clarification of the duty of good faith and honest performance of an agreement.

And in case you’re looking for a nostalgic movie or two to watch over the break, Jason also brings you his Top 5 Non-Traditional Holiday Movies of the 1980s.

Happy Holidays and best wishes for 2019!

Stuart Zacharias
Editor and Chair, Lerners Appeals Group

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