Food ads have long made their subjects look bigger, juicier and crispier than they are in real life. But some consumers say those mouthwatering ads can cross the line into deception, and that's leading to a growing number of lawsuits.
The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a decision Monday clarifying that disputes over the interpretation of class-action waivers in employment agreements must be decided by a district court – not an arbitrator.
A group of lawyers, judges and lawmakers have filed a proposal to revise the state’s class-action statute so that they mirror federal rules.
With one click of the mouse, consumers can sign away their right to pursue a claim in court or take part in a class action.
The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court have an opportunity to dramatically change the landscape of securities fraud class action litigation by limiting, or perhaps overruling altogether, a decision upon which plaintiffs have relied for decades.
Can an employer, faced with a purported class action under the Fair Labor Standards Act, avoid litigation by immediately offering a settlement to the sole plaintiff before a class is certified?
12-2216 Johnson v. Meriter health Services Employee Retirement Plan
11-8029 & 12-8030 Butler v. Sears, Roebuck & Co.
12-8020, 12-8021, 12-8022, 12-8023, 12-8024, 12-8025, 12-8026 & 12-8027 In re Abbott Laboratories, Inc.
12-2205 Bolden v. Walsh Construction Co.
12-8010 Matz v. Household International Tax Reduction Investment Plan
11-3261 Smentek v. Dart
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