There are laws worse than the Telephone Consumer Privacy Act. Yet, if you are a U.S. business, you will be hard pressed to identify one with more irrational remedies for worthy objectives
...Bringing a group of people together is something Harrington does well, says Sedgwick partner Wayne Mason, who is president of Lawyers for Civil Justice. Whenever...
Some plaintiffs' counsel build entire cases around purported violations found in Food and Drug Administration or Federal Trade Commission press releases, warning letters, and complaints. To these att
The second part of our article regarding how to turn your childish instincts to your advantage in defending statutory penalty class actions
Statutory penalty class actions have become the scourge of businesses of all stripes, with lucrative penalty schemes that encourage lawsuits over hyper-technical statutory violations and promote "cre
A big Catholic university lands a new top lawyer with a global resume
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