Trial lawyers know that all the years of hard work and preparation on a case may ultimately rest in the hands of a disparate group of community members otherwise known as jurors. So, what is most important to them? A recent article in the New York Law Journal offers some insight. It describes a Cornell Law […]
We’ve blogged about the new wave of class action litigation. Among the emerging trends has been a burgeoning class of cannabis securities investors who brought actions against companies selling cannabis products. The claims primarily center on how these companies misled investors on product quality, leading to substantial investment losses. The first results are in, and they […]
As reported in the New York Law Journal, the New York State Court of Appeals 2019-2020 term produced noteworthy decisions clarifying: (1) claimants’ “50-H” attendance rights; and (2) out-of-possession landlord liability. In this post, we discuss both decisions.
The Pandemic has caused massive shifts in business operations throughout the globe. Here are some examples of how some US law firms have been adjusting.
The stage was set. The Harvey Weinstein class action litigation had a solution in hand. The parties agreed on the proposed settlement. New York State Attorney General Letitia James publicly announced the agreement, describing it as a “must-win” for Weinstein’s victims.
In addition to wreaking havoc on our lives and health, the pandemic has spawned a storm of class-action lawsuits. In this post, we continue our series of class-action trends, now focusing on gyms and universities.