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Potential Embarrassment Insufficient to Enable Plaintiffs to Litigate Anonymously in Breast Implant MDL

USA - August 20 2020 A New Jersey federal court has held that potential embarrassment is not enough to permit plaintiffs to litigate anonymously in a fight over breast…

Strange Bedfellows - How a Recent Security Fraud Opinion May Impact Consumer Fraud Class Actions

USA - August 6 2020 The U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in Liu v. SEC, No. 18-1501 (June 22, 2020), limiting the SEC's ability to obtain monetary equitable relief in…

Alan J. Lazarus.

Certain Express Misrepresentation Consumer Fraud Act Claims and Product Liability Claims May Coexist According to NJ Supreme Court

USA - August 3 2020 In the case on certification from the Third Circuit, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that claims for express or affirmative misrepresentations…

Daniel B. Carroll.

Deceptive Labeling Claims Based on Trace Amounts Sent to the Dog House

USA - July 17 2020 In dismissing a plaintiff's claims regarding dog food ingredients, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin confirmed the…

New Jersey Supreme Court Pumps the Brakes on Use of Aggregate Proof of Damages in Kia Class Action

USA - July 6 2020 In Little v. Kia Motors America, Inc., docket no. A-24-18, the New Jersey Supreme Court recently set out the examination New Jersey courts must…

Erica K. Drew.