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HBO to air 'most dangerous water park' documentary

Watch out for that last loop. It’s a doozie.

HBO has acquired the rights to Class Action Park, a documentary outlining the history of what some call “the most dangerous water park’ on earth: Action Park. 148 more words

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@SchneiderMaria Comes for YouTube With Class Action

We are thrilled to report that composer and big band leader Maria Schneider has sued YouTube in the prelude to a class action.  It’s worth pointing out that this is the first time since the Viacom case that the creative community has taken on the Leviathan of Mountain View.   301 more words

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Nova Scotia to be added as defendant in proposed class action against Northwood

The province of Nova Scotia has been informed that it will be added as a defendant in the proposed class-action lawsuit against Northwood Manor and its handling of the novel… 428 more words

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Cahill Gordon Discusses Second Circuit Decision on Corporate Scienter in Securities Fraud

The lynchpin of many securities fraud cases is whether a plaintiff can establish with particularity that a defendant acted with scienter (i.e., fraudulent intent). Where the defendant is an individual person, this question may be relatively straightforward. 1,573 more words

Securities Fraud

Vol. 5, Issue 11— June 2020

Stuart Minor Benjamin & Kristen Renberg
The Paradoxical Impact of Scalia’s Campaign Against Legislative History
105 Cornell L. Rev. (forthcoming 2020)

One of the most iconic positions championed by the late Justice Scalia was his crusade against legislative history in statutory interpretation, arguing “the text’s the thing. 523 more words

Parabellum Capital Raises $450 Million as Virus Lawsuits Loom

The nearly 15-year-old business of investing in lawsuits in exchange for a portion of their rewards has seen dramatic growth in the past few years, drawing billions in investment and luring dozens of former Big Law attorneys into the relatively nascent industry. 99 more words

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ADT Security Hit with Class-Action Lawsuits Over Employee's Video Snooping

Two proposed federal class-action lawsuits are being filed on behalf of hundreds of ADT Security Services clients whose privacy was breached by a company employee who had access to streaming video from customers’ security cameras. 248 more words

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