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SCOTUS Limits American Pipe Tolling To Individual Actions, Resolving Circuit Court Split On Untimely Subsequent Class Actions
When a class action lawsuit is filed in federal court, the statute of limitations applicable to the claims of absent class members is tolled—in essence, the clock is stopped on the running of the limitations period.
United States
13 Jun 2018
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Third Circuit Holds Complaint Allegations Are Not Binding Judicial Admissions If Nullified By Amendment
On April 4, the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, which includes New Jersey, clarified the law on how an amended pleading affects judicial admissions made in an original pleading. Judicial admissions are formal concessions that are binding on a party that makes them in a judicial proceeding.
United States
10 Apr 2013
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New Jersey Appellate Court Holds that Shareholders May Gain Access to MInutes of the Board of Directors and Executive Committees Upon Proof of a 'Proper Purpose'
On August 17, 2010, the New Jersey Appellate Division ruled in a case of first impression that under the New Jersey Business Corporation Act, N.J.S.A. 14A:5-28(4), shareholders are entitled to inspect not only minutes of shareholders meetings but also the minutes of meetings of the board of directors and of executive committees, provided the shareholders present sufficient credible evidence of a "proper purpose" for accessing the records. Cain v. Merck & Co., Dkt. No. A-2138-08T2, 2010 N.J. Supe
United States
23 Aug 2010
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