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Federal Court Denies Conditional Certification of Collective Action Involving Restaurant Managers

USA - June 18 2020 A federal district court in Florida recently declined to conditionally certify a nationwide collective action brought under the Fair Labor Standards…

Juan C. Enjamio.

TransUnion to Seek Supreme Court Review After Ninth Circuit Finds Class Members Had Standing and Partially Upholds Punitive Damages Award

USA - May 13 2020 A hotly contested ruling in a Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) class action case will soon be appealed to the Supreme Court of the United States…

Robert T. Quackenboss.

For the First Time in the Ninth Circuit, the Court Finds That All Class Members in a Class Action Must Have Standing to Recover Damages

USA - March 24 2020 For the first time in the Ninth Circuit, the Court of Appeals addressed the issue of whether every class member in a class action lawsuit needs…

Robert T. Quackenboss.

The EEOC Settles Six-Year-Old Lawsuit Attacking Background Check Policy

USA - December 12 2019 Dollar General and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) recently settled a six-year-old Title VII lawsuit. The EEOC brought its race…

Robert T. Quackenboss.

Federal Court Finds That General Statistical Data Is Not Enough to Show That No-Conviction Hiring Policy Was Discriminatory

USA - August 15 2019 The United States District Court for the Western District of New York recently granted an early dismissal of a class action lawsuit prior to class…

Robert T. Quackenboss.