In an opinion that coins new terms and uses the insouciant tone of a blogger, the 11th Circuit just shut down a putative class action brought by
If you are a contractor, subcontractor or other entity offering construction goods and services, you probably know that the ability to place a lien
With the constant evolution of technology, the Missouri Constitution’s guarantee of the right to a fair and impartial jury of 12 has simultaneously
A Missouri federal district court remanded a coverage action brought against Illinois Union Insurance Company ("Illinois Union") by its insured
What happens when one loan document contains a jury waiver but another doesn't? For the lender, all may not be lost. That was another important
It has been the longstanding rule in Missouri that a litigant may recover his attorneys' fees and costs from the losing party if the underlying
In Cellular Sales of Missouri LLC, an NLRB administrative law judge ("ALJ") invalidated a class action waiver because of the NLRB's prior D.R
She needed a tiller. So she went to Home Depot and rented one. The rental contract had a damage-waiver provision, which stated: If I pay the
Plaintiff Lavern Robinson brought a putative class action against Title Lenders, Inc. in Missouri state court.
The Missouri Supreme Court just acknowledged that its 2010 decision, finding a class arbitration waiver was unenforceable under state law, is preempted by the FAA, pursuant to the rationale of Concepcion.