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A Trustee Cannot Escape His Duties

By January 22, 2014

By Bruce A. Katzen Recently I have encountered situations where an individual is named co-trustees of a trust , but really just acts as a rubber stamp and has very little interest or desire to fulfill the obligations.  Rather than resigning, the co-trustee may allow another trustee to make all of …

Is Malicious Prosecution Dead?

By August 9, 2013

By Abbey Kaplan and Marko Cerenko In the recent case of Wolfe v. Foreman, the Third District Court of Appeals may have effectively eliminated malicious prosecution as a cause of action all together.  Was that the intention of the court?  Are defendants who were wrongfully sued no longer able to …