We have previously reported to you concerning two class actions involving claims that washer/dryer units were susceptible to mold. In each case, the court of appeals upheld class certification, and the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari, vacated the lower court decisions, and remanded for reconsideration in light of Comcast. On remand in each case, the lower courts – the Sixth and Seventh Circuits – again upheld class certification despite the fact that damages might not be determinable on a classwide basis. Both lower court decisions contemplated the possibility that certification could be granted on liability issues, leaving damages for later individual determination. See SCOTUS Order List for February 24, 2014. Defendants again sought review in the United States Supreme Court. After listing the case on its conference list four times, the Supreme Court finally declined review.