The Supreme Court on Wednesday continued its extensive exploration of class action litigation, handing a rare victory to plaintiffs in one case while hearing arguments in another that could come down
...is the issue in American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant, to be argued on February 27. Filed by...
...American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant. American Express is asking the justices to...
...American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant. The case pits the giant credit card...
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High court ruling in Stolt-Nielsen, while not in the employment context, could foreclose collective cases when the agreement is silent on waiver
Her son Alexander was murdered in the December 1988 terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, and Suse Lowenstein has spent the past 18 years seeking to honor him (and all victims of terrorism) through
How will you broaden your horizons next year? Perhaps you'd like to go hiking in China or visit a hip neighborhood in Sao Paulo. Travelers who prefer their creature comforts might opt for a whisky to
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