By Adam J. Levitt | July 10, 2023
Establishing personal jurisdiction over defendants in cryptocurrency class actions in the U.S. requires an embrace of innovative solutions that account for the unique characteristics of this digital landscape.
By Adam J. Levitt | June 5, 2023
Product defect class actions, latent defects, and Article III standing.
By Adam J. Levitt | May 1, 2023
Arguing Class Actions is a monthly column for the National Law Journal.
By Thaddeus L. Johnson and Natasha N. Johnson | March 10, 2023
With a steep decline in the drug imprisonment gap between Black and white Americans—from 15 to 1 in 2000 to just under 4 to 1 in 2019—the biggest racial disparity now exists among people incarcerated for violent felony offenses.
By Kenneth Artz | November 11, 2021
Jamie Spears "abrupt reversal" seeking termination of the conservatorship of his daughter Britney Spears, after years of defending it, raises questions, says Michael Mandell, founder of Mandell Law in Los Angeles,
By Bart Williams | September 18, 2020
Impeach a witness on matters that are not trivial when you know you can.
By Sam Dibble and Clark Wilkes | June 24, 2020
Just as Airbnb has allowed hosts to monetize an unused spare bedroom or Vrbo allows owners to directly access the market for vacation rentals, a sharing economy for digital resources would allow individuals, corporations, governments and schools to mitigate their infrastructure outlays.
By Edward C. Barnidge and Richard A. Olderman | June 19, 2020
To the extent defendants are looking to dispose of the litigation prior to class certification and prior to costly and time-consuming litigation, several key defenses may be asserted in a timely motion to dismiss, depending on the facts of the case.
By Emily Burkhardt Vicente and Ryan Evans | June 19, 2020
Employers should update their training materials to include Title VII's newly announced protections for LGBTQ employees and remind their employees that discrimination in the workplace, of any kind, is not permitted.
By Alex Smith | June 19, 2020
'Sonner' undoubtedly limits plaintiffs' ability to seek equitable remedies in lieu of damages, and it represents a sea change in Ninth Circuit class action practice.
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