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A Tale of Two Texts: Are Unsolicited Text Messages Ever OK Under the TCPA?

USA - September 17 2019 An important question in the wake of Spokeo Inc. v. Robbins has been how the "concrete" injury requirement limits, if at all, federal jurisdiction...

Cody DeCamp.

Prop 65 Plaintiff's Targeting 80 of Leather Goods

USA - July 11 2019 Since April 2019, Center for Environmental Health (CEH), an activist group long known for using Proposition 65 litigation to run through entire...

Jerome F. Pierce, Carol R. Brophy.

What's Old Is New Again: The Risks in RISCs (Retail Installment Sales Contracts)

USA - July 9 2019 In response to customer demand, retailers are offering new payment options for their products beyond simple cash and card transactions. One of these...

Micah S. Green, Meegan Brooks, Gary Goldsholle, Josh Oppenheimer.

Hot Off the Presses: New Cases in CA and NY Strike Blows at Boilerplate ADA Complaints

USA - June 4 2019 Retailers and other companies have been increasingly caught up in an explosion of boilerplate claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)...

Michael A. Keough.

One Year After Chowning, Pricing Litigation is Back in Full Force

USA - June 3 2019 A pricing litigation resurgence is upon us. More than ten new suits have been filed in April and May 2019 alonemany more than in all of 2018and...

Meegan Brooks.