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U.S. Companies May Risk Liability Under Canadian Anti-Spam Law

U.S. companies may soon risk litigation for failing to comply with the provisions of Canada’s anti-spam law (CASL) in their electronic communications to Canadian consumers. While this anti-spam law has been in force since...more

Banks Win Class Certification in Target Data Breach Case

A federal court recently granted class certification to a group of financial institutions (the “Banks”) in the data breach case against Target Corporation (“Target”) arising from the December 2013 hacking of its computer...more

Class Action Waivers And Arbitration Agreements - Justices Divided On Validity Of Effective Vindication Of Rights Analysis In AMEX...

The U.S. Supreme Court heard the much anticipated oral argument in American Express Co. v. Italian Colors Restaurant on February 27, 2013. The issue before the Court was whether an arbitration clause which prohibits class...more

U.S. Supreme Court Considers Arbitration Clauses and Class Actions Next Year

The Supreme Court recently granted certiorari to consider Oxford Health Plans’ appeal of a ruling compelling class arbitration with its providers over the insurer’s payment practices....more

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