Tort Law

  • Miller v. State, Dep’t of Envtl. Conservation   In Miller v. State, Dep’t of Envtl. Conservation Four years after the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEP) certified an area as safe for shellfish farming, Miller was granted an application to open an ...
  • Foondle v. O’Brien   In Foondle v. O’Brien, the supreme court held that the greater culpability of criminal conduct supersedes subsequent attorney negligence, and a showing of actual innocence is required for a malpractice claim. Foondle ...
  • Donahue v. Legends, Inc. In Donahue v. Legends, Inc., Donahue signed ...
  • Greene v. Tinker In Greene v. Tinker, ...
  • Steward v. State In Steward v. State, In August 2005, after colliding with another vehicle, a woman drowned when her car slid off Richardson Highway then entered and ...
  • Regner v. Northstar Volunteer Fire Dep’t   In Regner v. Northstar Volunteer Fire Dep’t, the supreme court held that on summary judgment for a negligence claim along with a discretionary immunity claim the court must address all of the decisions challenged when granting discretionary immunity and the moving party must ask for summary judgment on the negligence issue for the decisions ...
  • Mattox v. State, Dep’t of Corrections In Mattox v. State, Dep’t of Corrections, Mattox alleged that he ...
  • Achman v. State In Achman v. State, Kemp ...
  • Conley v. Alaska Communications Systems Holdings, Inc. In Conly v. Alaska Communications Systems Holdings, Inc., the supreme court held that a superior court does not abuse its discretion when it allows evidence for permissible purposes that is then used in trial for impermissible purposes if the opposing party fails to object to the use of evidence in that way or request ...
  • Pralle v. Milwicz In Pralle v. Milwicz, The jury found there was sufficient evidence that, although Milwicz ...

Tort Law

  • Miller v. State, Dep’t of Envtl. Conservation   In Miller v. State, Dep’t of Envtl. Conservation Four years after the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEP) certified an area as safe for shellfish farming, Miller was granted an application to open an ...
  • Foondle v. O’Brien   In Foondle v. O’Brien, the supreme court held that the greater culpability of criminal conduct supersedes subsequent attorney negligence, and a showing of actual innocence is required for a malpractice claim. Foondle ...
  • Donahue v. Legends, Inc. In Donahue v. Legends, Inc., Donahue signed ...
  • Greene v. Tinker In Greene v. Tinker, ...
  • Steward v. State In Steward v. State, In August 2005, after colliding with another vehicle, a woman drowned when her car slid off Richardson Highway then entered and ...
  • Regner v. Northstar Volunteer Fire Dep’t   In Regner v. Northstar Volunteer Fire Dep’t, the supreme court held that on summary judgment for a negligence claim along with a discretionary immunity claim the court must address all of the decisions challenged when granting discretionary immunity and the moving party must ask for summary judgment on the negligence issue for the decisions ...
  • Mattox v. State, Dep’t of Corrections In Mattox v. State, Dep’t of Corrections, Mattox alleged that he ...
  • Achman v. State In Achman v. State, Kemp ...
  • Conley v. Alaska Communications Systems Holdings, Inc. In Conly v. Alaska Communications Systems Holdings, Inc., the supreme court held that a superior court does not abuse its discretion when it allows evidence for permissible purposes that is then used in trial for impermissible purposes if the opposing party fails to object to the use of evidence in that way or request ...
  • Pralle v. Milwicz In Pralle v. Milwicz, The jury found there was sufficient evidence that, although Milwicz ...