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Ep. 312: As Maui Burns, Power Companies Land In Court

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Lawsuits accusing Hawaii’s power companies of negligence have already started to trickle in following one of the deadliest wildfires in history that ravaged Maui and killed more than 100 people, and legal experts believe that hundreds if not thousands more may follow. On this week’s episode of Pro Say, Law360 product liability senior reporter Emily Field talks us through what the potentially historic litigation could look like and how it might play out based on similar tragic wildfire incidents we’ve seen in the recent past. Also this week, an en banc ruling from the Fifth Circuit expanding the scope of actions that constitute employment discrimination; an artist’s losing battle at the Second Circuit over a Vermont law school’s right to obstruct the view of a controversial mural; and finally, a New Jersey judge finds himself in hot water for lip-syncing vulgar lyrics on Tik-Tok from the courthouse.

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Lawsuits accusing Hawaii’s power companies of negligence have already started to trickle in following one of the deadliest wildfires in history that ravaged Maui and killed more than 100 people, and legal experts believe that hundreds if not thousands more may follow. On this week’s episode of Pro Say, Law360 product liability senior reporter Emily Field talks us through what the potentially historic litigation could look like and how it might play out based on similar tragic wildfire incidents we’ve seen in the recent past. Also this week, an en banc ruling from the Fifth Circuit expanding the scope of actions that constitute employment discrimination; an artist’s losing battle at the Second Circuit over a Vermont law school’s right to obstruct the view of a controversial mural; and finally, a New Jersey judge finds himself in hot water for lip-syncing vulgar lyrics on Tik-Tok from the courthouse.

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