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Procedure
Plead it or Weep: You Can’t Assert a New Theory of Liability in Response to a Motion for Summary Judgment
Legal Alert
From the Desk of Josh Hayward: A motion for summary judgment can be defeated with a showing of a genuine issue of material fact. But can a party bring up new theories of liability—not asserted in the pleadings—in a response…
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Thursday May 18, 2023 By: Josh Hayward
Millay Preserved: Washington Court Rules No New Standard for Equitable Tolling
Legal Alert
Statutes of limitation protect defendants from claims brought outside of a certain time limit. But equitable tolling is a way that a plaintiff can get around that time limit if certain standards are met. Recently, the Washington Supreme Court was…
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Tuesday April 11, 2023 By: Firm Authorship
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