Top helmet maker Riddell, already defending mass litigation by ex-NFL players, now faces a putative class action over ads that claimed its products helped stifle concussions
If a lawyer wishes to bring a discrimination suit against her employer, the question of whether or not she is a "partner" makes all the difference
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The past year saw a continued resurgence in new partners at New Jersey firms, which, if not quite as robust as the year before, still held its own as an indicator that the firms are sanguine about ex
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In excusing Sprint from searching its billing records to identify class members in this challenge to early termination fees, the district court did not fully meet its duty to act as the guardian of a
A federal appeals court has vacated a $17.5 million settlement, including nearly $5.8 million in attorney fees, in a class suit against Sprint Nextel over illegal service contract termination fees
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