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By William DeVinney
As we have previously written, several Supreme Court decisions have upheld, in various contexts, arbitration agreements that waive the right to assert claims on a class basis.
By Gregory Mersol
This issue should never have arisen, the Supreme Court should not have had to address it in 2015, and it shouldn't have required Supreme Court attention a second time ...
By Lynn Sessions, Kathryn Carey
The OCR's January 2018 newsletter details specific types of cyber extortion that healthcare organizations are currently encountering, including ransomware ...
By Gregory Mersol
One of the tactics in the current plaintiffs' wage and hour playbook is to bring a second claim after settlement of an initial class or collective action lawsuit.
By Chad Rutkowski
In December 2014, Cisco Systems, Inc. sued rival ethernet switch provider Arista Networks, Inc., for more than $300 million because it allegedly infringed Cisco's copyrights in operating system software that manages Cisco switches.
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
The White House this morning is releasing President Trump's fiscal 2019 budget blueprint, which will include funding requests for HHS, FDA, CMS and dozens of other healthcare-related federal agencies.
By Matthew Thurlow
Because EPA's fiscal year ends in September, the newly released statistics capture the final three plus months of the Obama administration and slightly more than the first eight months of the Trump administration.
By Gregory Mersol
Nearly four years ago, the California Supreme Court issued its decision in the case of Duran v. U.S. Bank National Ass'n, 59 Cal. 4th 1 (2014), in which it virtually catalogued the many problems inherent in the plaintiffs' statistical case...
By Nkosi Shields, Ryan Walton
Not all cryptocurrencies are anonymous; some have been intentionally architected for transparency
By Brendan E. Clark
January was an exciting month for patent professionals still attempting to make sense of the fallout from the Supreme Court's 2014 Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International decision.
By Gregory Mersol
In 2014, five law firms brought a claim for alleged off-the-clock work. As discovery revealed, the claims all arose out of conduct involving a single ...
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
Camp Drug Stores has a number of chestnuts in the legal fire—in this case, the Illinois Southern District Court. Since May 2017, the company has filed seven ...
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
The normally five-person panel that oversees the Federal Trade Commission has been working at less than half-strength for more than a year.
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
Power Swabs, the teeth-whitening system produced by Stain Away, LLC, promises truly amazing results—"Clinically proven on average to whiten teeth two shades in less than five minutes ...
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
The beginning of the new year serves up two interesting cases of companies that ran afoul of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for allegedly false "Made-in-the-USA" claims.
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