Litigation

Last year, the Supreme Court vacated the Ninth Circuit’s 2014 ruling that plaintiff Thomas Robins had Article III standing to bring his Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) action against background check company Spokeo, Inc. The...

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Video games have come a long way. While nostalgic gamers still have a soft spot for classic games like Asteroids, modern gamers value next-generation graphics and gameplay. The creators of NBA 2K responded to this...

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Thanks to the Internet, consumer reviews have grown both more ubiquitous and more influential in recent years. Likely in reaction to that trend, there have been a number of publicized examples of businesses attempting to...

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The cost of fraud prevention services, fraudulent credit card charges, and time spent monitoring for fraudulent activity are sufficient to confer standing upon data breach victims, or so says the Seventh Circuit. In its second...

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At least within the Third Circuit, in order for arbitrators, not a court, to decide whether disputes are subject to class arbitration, an arbitration agreement must “clearly and unmistakably” delegate such power to arbitrators. It...

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Arbitration agreements with class-action waivers are an important way companies minimize litigation risks. Reduced risk can often lead to benefits for the companies’ consumers or employees. But such arbitration provisions must be carefully crafted for...

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