Feb 11, 1993 ... W.R. Grace & Co., et al.,; and Insurance Environmental Litigation Association, amici curiae. .... consistent with New York law (see, Abex Corp v Maryland Casualty Co, 790 F2d 119, 121 [DC Cir]; American Home Products Corp, 748 F2d at 765, supra; but see, American Motorists Ins Co v E.R. Squibb & Sons, ...
Women's Bar Association of the State of New York, et al.; Women's Rights Litigation Clinic of Rutgers Law School-Newark et al.; and Association of the Bar of the ... the Legislature created a new statutory cause of action not previously cognizable at common law (see, Murphy v American Home Products, 58 NY2d 293, 307; ...
Murphy v. American Home Products Corp. Joseph Murphy, Appellant, v. American Home Products Corporation, Respondent. 136 A.D.2d 229 (1988) ... Historically, the right to a trial by jury in this State has been constitutionally guaranteed (NY Constitution, art I, § 2) in all cases in which it had been used at the time of the ...
Nov 30, 1989 ... McKEE v. AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORP. Email | Print | Comments (0). No. 53941-3. ... AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORPORATION, ET AL, Respondents. ... Gary N. Bloom and Bryan P. Harnetiaux on behalf of Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, amici curiae for appellant. Ronald S .
Heading: Joseph Murphy v.American Home Products Corporation Citation: 57 N. Y. 2d 293; 448 N.E. 2d 86; 461 N. Y.S.2d 232 Parti...
Superior Court of New Jersey,. Theresa SMITH Plaintiff, v. AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORP. WYETH-AYERST PHARMACEUTICAL, et al., Defendants. Decided: September 23, 2003. Ellen Relkin (Weitz & Luxenberg), New York City and Kevin Haverty (Williams, Cuker & Berezofsky, Philadelphia, PA), for plaintiff.
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Oct 10, 2013 ... effect never precedes its cause,” American Home Products Corp. v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., 748 F.2d 760, 765 (2d Cir. 1984), and therefore the effect on U.S. commerce, the higher U.S. prices, cannot be the proximate cause of Lotes' injury. While the Sherman Act does not apply to Lotes' challenge to.
Plaintiff, Joseph Murphy, was first employed by defendant, American Home Products Corp., in 1957. He thereafter served in various accounting positions, eventually attaining the office of assistant treasurer, but he never had a formal contract of employment. On April 18, 1980, when he was 59 years old, he was discharged.