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Affirmative Business Litigation in the United States and in Other Countries

For a long time, businesses have thought of litigation as a burden, requiring many hours of employee time responding to discovery requests, as well as often incurring significant legal fees and other related costs....more

7/8/2014 - Multidistrict Litigation

Despite Delay, Failure to Plead, and Participation in Litigation, Federal Court Enforces Arbitration Clause

Mandatory arbitration clauses have proven to be very powerful weapons employed by businesses to avoid the duration, expense, and often times negative publicity associated with protracted litigation in both federal and state...more

3/17/2014 - Arbitration Mandatory Arbitration Clauses

The Enhanced Scrutiny of Class Definitions Under the Ascertainability Requirement: An Additional Hurdle for Plaintiffs or an...

When a plaintiff seeks certification of a class, the issue of whether the class is “ascertainable” has become an increasingly significant battleground issue in class certification proceedings. While not explicitly set out in...more

8/12/2013 - Class Action Class Certification Consumer Fraud Rule 23

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