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By Douglas L. Shively
The Supreme Court held unanimously on June 11 that American Pipe tolling does not apply to successive class actions brought outside the statute of limitations.
By Lynn Sessions, Kathryn Carey
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) updated its agenda, outlining proposed and final rules as well as pre-rule document releases for 2018.
By John Moscow, Nicholas Rose
A significant new ruling out of the Southern District of New York has ignited the debate over the extraterritorial scope of 28 U.S.C. § 1782.
By Christian Jones
Democratic voters nationwide are eager to send a message to President Trump, but is there enough anti-Trump sentiment for Democrats to win control of the House?
By Justin Winquist, Sammantha Tillotson
In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court has limited the reach of its landmark decision in American Pipe & Constr. Co. v. Utah, 414 U.S. 538 (1974) ...
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
The NAD analyzed DKB's third-party testing and noted that there were three fundamental problems with the results.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Some states have reputations for allowing plaintiffs to be particularly litigious and having demanding laws that regulate numerous types of businesses.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Additionally, Iglesias alleged that because the boxes were opaque, consumers were further prevented from determining the volume of candy inside the package.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
Roca maintained that the FTC had no right to bring unfair practices charges centered on the gag clauses because the Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016 had been signed after the alleged violations took place.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton
In May 2018, the Green Mountain State made history again with another first – a state bill that takes aim at the power of data brokers.
By Jeffrey Vlasek
Although he is remembered as a Los Angeles Laker, Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, as basketball trivia buffs know, actually began his NBA career on the Milwaukee Bucks.
By Christian Jones
Voting in the House is likely to continue into next week, McCarthy says.
By Rand McClellan, Albert G. Lin
In Comcast v. Behrend, 569 U.S. 27 (2013), the United States Supreme Court clarified the requirements for establishing that classwide injury ...
By Adam Higgins
Below is the Federal Policy team's weekly preview, published each Monday that Congress is in session.
By Amy J. Traub, Amanda Garofalo
Most New York City employers are probably familiar with the Fair Workweek Law that went into effect Jan. 1, 2018, but surely not all New York City employers are.
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