...science began a concerted effort to discredit its validity. In 2006 the National Research Council released a report that, while acknowledging some scientific uncertainty with...
Continuing its warm embrace of arbitration and its disdain for class actions, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that agreements between companies and their customers can prohibit class action
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Chocolate chip cookies. Baseball bats. Amazon plants. Not a game show quiz, but hypotheticals by U.S. Supreme Court justices trying to decide whether human genes should be patented
Plaintiffs lawyers in proposed class actions cannot avoid federal courts by promising to seek less than $5 million in damages, according to a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court
...ANDREA ACKERMAN, defres — Cole Hansen Chester, LLP, New York (Michael...different interpretations (see Feldman v. National Westminster Bank, 303 AD2d 271...
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