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Decision's Permissive Standing Analysis Tags Ninth Circuit as Favorable Forum for Data-Related Suits

Featured Expert Contributor—Civil Justice/Class Actions

By Frank Cruz-Alvarez, a Partner with Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P. in the firm’s Miami, FL office, with Erica E. 884 more words

Civil Justice & Litigation

Immigrant Lawsuit Can Proceed, Court Says

In January Black and Pink reported on a pending appeals court decision, Menocal, et.al. v. GEO Group, Inc. concerning the use of forced labor by private prison companies.  381 more words

Spring 2018

Update: Ninth Circuit Affirms End of Iced-Coffee Serving-Size Class Action

Food Court Follies—A WLF Legal Pulse Series

In a September 7, 2016 post, we enthusiastically applauded a Central District of California judge’s decision to dismiss, with prejudice, a truly outrageous lawsuit filed against Starbucks. 187 more words

Civil Justice & Litigation

Amazon Faces Class Action Lawsuit in Cali for Wage Violations

A complaint seeking class action status on behalf of fulfillment center workers was filed in California state court against Amazon. It seeks damages for Amazon’s failure to pay overtime, provide meal and rest periods or compensation in lieu therof, maintain proper records, and make timely payments to terminated employees… 265 more words


Zappos Must Face Class Action Over Data Breach, Appeals Court Rules

by Wendy Davis  @wendyndavis, March 8, 2018

A federal appellate court has revived a class-action lawsuit against Zappos stemming from a 2012 data breach that resulted in the theft of 24 million customers’ information, including their email addresses, passwords, phone numbers and last four digits of their credit cards. 238 more words

IG News

Video: Inside the NFL Concussion Case

Watch lawyers, scholars, and a federal judge discuss the thorny issues involved in settling the high-profile class action filed by former players against the pro football league. 176 more words