Monthly Archives: April 2014

Fear and Trebling: E-Book Class Action Takes a(nother) Bite out of Apple

The legal drama continues for Apple, Inc., as the tech giant recently suffered another in a string of significant legal setbacks in the e-book antitrust saga in the Southern District of New York.  Last month, Judge Denise Cote granted the

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New Jersey District Court Cleans Up Complaint in Washing Machine Class Action Litigation

Washing machine class actions have been so active recently that some firms may be scrambling to form their own appliance-law practice groups.  And who knows?  That might not be a bad idea.  Some of our greatest legal minds, like Judge

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No Silver Lining for Plaintiffs as J.P. Morgan Defeats Silver Market Manipulation Suit

History has shown that large class action cases often follow government investigations the way that the lamb followed Mary to school that day.  Sometimes, however, those investigations die and Mary gets lost and brings her little lamb to the slaughterhouse. 

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