In This Issue -

Firm News:

..Kathleen Sullivan Featured in December 2013 The American Lawyer Cover Story

..Quinn Emanuel Named to BTI’s 2014 “Client Service A-Team” Honor Roll

Main Article:

..Overview of the Class Action Regime in Australia

Noted With Interest:

..Expansion of California’s Unfair Competition Law

Practice Area Notes:

..Bankruptcy & Restructuring Update

..London Litigation Update

..Trademark Litigation Update

..Life Sciences Litigation Update

Victories:

..Victory for Paulson & Co.

..Quinn Emanuel Overturns $70 Million Fraud Verdict

..Class Decertification Victory for State Farm

..Summary Judgment Victory in Los Angeles Superior Court

Excerpt from Overview of the Class Action Regime in Australia -

The Australian class action regime is among the most plaintiff-friendly in the world, and it has been reported that, outside of the U.S., Australia is the next most likely place in which a corporation will find itself defending a class action (Clark & Harris, The Push To Reform Class Action Procedure In Australia: Evolution or Revolution? (2005) Melbourne University Law Review 776(32)).

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Topics:  Australia, Class Action, Class Certification, Commercial Bankruptcy, Decertify, Fraud, Life Sciences, Restructuring, Trademark Litigation, Trademarks, Unfair Competition

Published In: Bankruptcy Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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