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Haifa Highlights, Part 3

Editor’s Note: The publication schedule for my notes of the recent international class action conference at the University of Haifa has suffered various setbacks due to staffing constraints.  643 more words

Class Action

Unintended Consequences – Hospital Drug Theft Leads to Class Action Privacy Suit

By I. Jeffrey Pheterson

It is a good rule of thumb for businesses to always expect their actions to be reported on page one, above the fold, of the local newspaper.   596 more words

Labor & Employment Law

Don't Miss the 3rd Annual International Conference on Dispute Resolution of Consumer Mass Disputes, Collective Redress, Class Action, and ADR at the University of Haifa

I’m very pleased to report that I will be moderating a panel on the use of statistics in class actions at the 3rd Annual International Conference on Dispute Resolution of Consumer Mass Disputes Collective Redress, Class Action, and ADR, sponsored by the University of Haifa in Haifa, Israel.  78 more words

Class Action Trends

This Justin: Timberlake Out of Suit but False-Labeling Action against Bai Beverage Mostly Survives

Here at the WLF Legal Pulse, we routinely discuss class-action lawsuits filed against consumer-product makers, especially those who manufacture packaged foods. Plaintiffs’ lawyers have been clogging the aisles of grocery stores for years dissecting food labels for any possible regulatory misstep and perhaps signing up new clients in the process. 732 more words

Civil Justice & Litigation

Out of the Frying Pan: Plaintiff’s Certification Bid Goes from Bad to Worse When Reconsideration Papers Only Highlight More Sound Reasons to Deny Certification

Sometimes the best motion is the one you don’t file.

One putative TCPA class representative found that lesson out the hard way. In Powell v. Youfit Health Clubs LLC, … 646 more words

Class Actions