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California Supreme Court pounds another nail into the coffin of “trial by formula” in class actions

USA - June 2 2014 The California Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Duran v. U.S. Bank National Association yesterday, addressing the use of statistical…

No Supreme Court review of moldy washer cases

USA - February 24 2014 Earlier today, the Supreme Court denied certiorari in two highly anticipated appeals of decisions by the Sixth and Seventh Circuit Courts of Appeals…

Privacy class action – theories of liability – 2013 year in review

USA - January 14 2014 One hot area of data privacy litigation over the past several years has been data breach class actions brought under the California Confidentiality…

Co-authors: Erica Gann Kitaev.

Class action – damages and class treatment – 2013 year in review

USA - January 9 2014 In 2013, theories of injury and damages revealed themselves to be deciding factors at the class certification stage of litigation and whether…

Co-authors: Erica Gann Kitaev.

Privacy class action – Article III standing – 2013 outlook

USA - January 7 2014 For a number of years, the key issue in data privacy class actions has been whether plaintiffs could allege damages sufficient for standing purposes…

Co-authors: Erica Gann Kitaev.

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