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The Third Circuit Distinguishes Between Types of Class Actions for Purposes of Its Ascertainability Analysis

Action Item: Shelton is the latest in a recent line of cases from the Third Circuit demonstrating that application of the ascertainability requirement in class action litigation continues to evolve. ...more

Eleventh Circuit Reverses District Court on Application of Noneconomic Damages Cap

Yesterday, the Eleventh Circuit issued an order in Estate of McCall v. USA reversing the district court’s order applying the noneconomic damages cap. The Eleventh Circuit remanded the case for further proceedings consistent...more

Public Employees Ruled Immune From Liability When Acting In Legislative Or Discretionary Capacity, Even If Fraud, Corruption, Or...

After landowners spent three years securing planning commission approval for a proposed senior living facility project, the city council rejected the project in the face of community opposition. The landowners sued, alleging...more

Inside The Courts - June 2013 | Volume 5 | Issue 2

In This Issue: - AUDITOR LIABILITY - CLASS ACTIONS - CONFIDENTIAL WITNESSES - DEMAND FUTILITY - DERIVATIVE LITIGATION - FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT - FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT - INSIDER TRADING...more

FICHERA & MILLER TAKES CASE TO U.S. SUPREME COURT FIGHTING FOR THE LEGAL RIGHTS OF MILITARY SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN

January 23, 2012, Chicago, IL: Chicago personal injury attorneys, Fichera & Miller, call upon the United States Supreme Court to overturn the 60- year-old Feres Doctrine and preserve the rights of servicemembers and...more

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