For your reference, here is a recap of some of the most well-read class action-related publications on JD Supra during 2020:
- Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, LA Fitness Customers Exercise to Work Out Their Monthly Fees - by Michael Zilber at Carlton Fields
- Class Action Litigation Related to COVID-19: Filed and Anticipated Cases (Updated November 9, 2020) - by attorneys at Pierce Atwood
- PPP Agent Fees: A Guide for Accountants, Attorneys, and Consultants - by Varant Yegparian at Schiffer Hicks Johnson
- COVID-19 Class Actions by State - by attorneys at Carlton Fields
- Blockchain Litigation Year in Review (Part 1): Lessons From 2019 And What’s Ahead For 2020 - by Barrington Dyer, Richard Levin at Polsinelli
- Senate GOP Unveils HEALS Act Coronavirus Relief Plan - by David Tassa at King & Spalding
- COVID-19 Retaliation Claims - A 2020 Trend in Employment Litigation? - by Kent Schmidt at Dorsey & Whitney
- Tender not accepted – court rejects copy-cat ADA gift card suits - by Alexander Fuchs, Lewis Wiener at Eversheds Sutherland
- As the Spread of Coronavirus Slows, a Contagion of Class Actions Has Only Begun - by Lauren Margolies, Jaclyn Metzinger, James Saylor at Kelley Drye & Warren
- Salesforce Data Breach: Consumers Fight Back - by the team at Epiq
- Class Certification Issues in Coronavirus-Related Commercial Property Insurance Litigation - by James Robertson Martin and Shannon O'Malley at Zelle
- Class Action Lawsuits Attack Banks' Implementation of CARES Act Lending Program - by Nicole Berkowitz, R. Mark Glover, Kristine Roberts, Christopher Thorsen at Baker Donelson
- Wal-Mart Suffers Double Whammy From Data Breach Lawsuit Filed for CCPA Violations - by Jeffrey Dennis, J. Kyle Janecek at Newmeyer Dillon
Stay tuned for additional reading recaps of popular topics in 2020.
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