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One and done? Courts split over whether a single text message is actionable

USA - September 10 2019 Does receipt of a single unsolicited text message amount to an "injury in fact" sufficient to establish Article III standing to bring a Telephone...

Ronald W. Zdrojeski, Francis X. Nolan, IV, Alexander P. Fuchs, Lewis S. Wiener, Valerie S. Sanders, Samir A. Aguirre, Emily A. Bork, Wilson G. Barmeyer.

No state action antitrust immunity for city’s alleged tying arrangement

USA - August 26 2019 The City of LaGrange, Georgia was held not to be immune from antitrust liability based on its claim that its actions were authorized by the state...

Deference or preference - looking ahead at the impact of the US Supreme Court’s indecision on questions of agency authority

USA - August 8 2019 The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is one of the most frequently litigated statutes, spurring individual, and more often, national class...

Ronald W. Zdrojeski, Francis X. Nolan, IV, Alexander P. Fuchs, Lewis S. Wiener, Valerie S. Sanders, Samir A. Aguirre, Emily A. Bork, Wilson G. Barmeyer, Robert D. Owen.

No multiplier for home depot class action lodestar fee award

USA - July 29 2019 In a class action settlement, one of the most difficult issues for negotiation is often howand how muchclass counsel will be paid. In many cases, a...

Jury Verdict for FDIC vs. Failed Bank Directors, Officers Upheld

USA - July 29 2019 The Eleventh Circuit may have closed the final chapter in the long-running litigation over the failure of the Buckhead Community Bank by affirming a...