Supreme Court

Can a person sue a company for a technical violation of a statutory right that does not cause actual concrete injury? This question has significant ramifications, as Article III’s standing requirements affect the viability of...

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The “pick-off” move does not moot an individual plaintiff’s (or a putative class’s) claim. That’s the bottom line from the Supreme Court in the 6-3 ruling in Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez, which resolved a circuit...

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In class actions under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”), if defendant offers the named plaintiff complete relief for his TCPA claim, does such an offer moot plaintiff’s case? The Supreme Court announced on May...

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The Supreme Court may soon decide whether certain aspects of Oracle’s Java programing language are protected by copyright law. The case began in a California district court, where the court held that Oracle’s copyright claims...

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Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari in a case challenging New Jersey’s wiretapping law, keeping in place the New Jersey Supreme Court’s ruling which, like all courts to have confronted the issue, allows...

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On June 23, 2014, the California Supreme Court issued an opinion that further supports the enforceability of class action waivers in arbitration agreements. In Iskanian v. CLS Transportation Los Angeles, LLC, Case No. No. S204032,...

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