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Weil's 2021 Litigation Trends Report

Global, United Kingdom, USA - March 31 2021 On behalf of Weil's entire Litigation Department, we are pleased to resume our Litigation Trends Report after a tumultuous and challenging year…

Jonathan D. Polkes.

Litigation Trends 2019

USA - March 19 2019 It is our pleasure to present the 2019 edition of Weil’s Litigation Trends Report, in which we offer our cross-practice assessments and predictions…

Joseph S. Allerhand, Brian E. Ferguson, Christopher L. Garcia, Jamie Maples, Benjamin E. Marks, Arvin Maskin, John A. Neuwirth, Steven A. Newborn, Jonathan D. Polkes, Bruce Rich, Edward Soto, Steven A. Tyrrell, Elizabeth S. Weiswasser.

Litigation Trends 2018

Global, United Kingdom, USA - March 31 2018 With the confirmation of Makan Delrahim to head the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Antitrust Division in September 2017 and the recent nomination…

Jonathan D. Polkes.

Litigation Trends 2017

Global, United Kingdom, USA - March 27 2017 A recently proposed bill, if passed as introduced, would dramatically alter the class-action landscape in 2017 and beyond. Representative Bob…

Jonathan D. Polkes.

Less Than a Year After the Supreme Court’s “Clarification” of Article III’s Concreteness Requirement in Spokeo v. Robins, a Circuit Split is Emerging and May Lead to the Supreme Court Having to Take Up This Key Standing Requirement in Class Action Lawsuits Again

USA - September 19 2016 Recent decisions by the Sixth, Eighth, Eleventh and District of Columbia Circuits interpreting Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins have led to early (seemingly)…

Luna Ngan Barrington, Eric S. Hochstadt.