Brett Kavanaugh and Gloria Navarro have breathed new life into a class action campaign against over the use of names and childhood photographs in digital marketing.

Justice Kavanaugh authored a 5-4 decision last summer that clarified standing in class actions, and Judge Navarro, of the U.S. District Court in Nevada, cited it last month in refusing to dismiss a case that invokes the Nevada Right of Publicity Act.

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