Claude Wyle

The Oakland Warehouse Fire: Too Many Deaths That Must Have Been Preventable

By now, news of the Oakland Warehouse Fire, and the many wrongful deaths caused in this fire, has spread across our nation. The confirmed deaths are 36, as of Monday afternoon. This Oakland warehouse fire has been titled the worst fire […]

Mike Bryant

Historical International Settlement for Survivor

As a follow up to a blog I covered some time ago: Real Life Story: The Young Voice of Survivor of a Priest Pedophile Jeff Anderson announced the settlement of the Federal case.  It was a honor to listen to […]

Mike Bryant

Media Advisory: St. John’s Abbey Seeks to Block Public Release of Information about Fr. Timothy Backous in Hearing Tomorrow in St. Cloud

Media Advisory/News Release August 23, 2016 St. John’s Hearing in Stearns County   In Hearing Tomorrow, St. John’s Abbey Seeks to Block Public Release of Information about Fr. Timothy Backous St. John’s wrongfully claims Backous is innocent and falsely accused […]

David Mittleman

Liablity Waiver Will Not Always “Bounce” Your Lawsuit

Over the past few years, the popularity of trampoline parks has been on the rise.  Additionally, there has also been a rise in the types of games and activities played at these trampoline parks.  However, with this newfound hobby also […]

Mark Bello

Does Federal Oversight Allow Amusement Park Rides to be “Safe Dangerous”?

Every summer, millions of people visit amusement or water parks. They stand in line for hours to get an adrenaline rush from the biggest and fastest ride. The “scare factor” is the thrill of the twists and turns combined with […]

Mike Bryant

Jury Awards $2.1 Million to Abuse Survivors

(Minneapols, Minnesota)  A Hennepin County jury awarded two victims of sexual abuse by localCasting Director Matthew Feeney, $2,073,078.04 for past and future emotional distress and health care costs.  The verdict came at the end of a three-day jury trial held […]

Frederick Schenk

A Premises Liability Primer

Sadly, the issue of premises liability has been in the news of late. From the horrific incident where an alligator dragged a two-year-old Nebraska boy into the water at a Disney Orlando resort to the much-talked about encounter between a […]

Sheller, P.C.

College Requests Stay in McQueary v. Penn State Whistleblower Lawsuit

Penn State is seeking a stay in the Mike McQueary whistleblower case. A previous stay was denied in 2012. McQueary, the former Penn State assistant alleged he witnessed former football coach assistant for the university Jerry Sandusky abusing a boy […]