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The U.S. Supreme Court Rules That The Deadline To Appeal A Class Certification Order Is Not Subject To Equitable Tolling
Seyfarth Synopsis: To take an immediate appeal from a federal district court's order granting or denying class certification,
United States
7 Mar 2019
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The 2018 Judicial Hellholes Report On The Worst Jurisdictions For Defendants
Seyfarth Synopsis: Every year the American Tort Reform Association ("ATRA") publishes its "Judicial Hellholes Report."
United States
10 Dec 2018
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Illinois Appellate Court Rules That Class Settlement Objectors Engaged In Fraud On The Court
Professional class settlement objectors can be a thorn-in-the-side for employers and class counsel attempting to settle class actions.
United States
26 Nov 2018
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Federal Court Rules That An EEOC Lawsuit Is Not Barred By Bankruptcy Code's Automatic Stay
The government's anti-discrimination watchdog can be extremely aggressive in pursuing discrimination claims, including pursuing those claims after an employer files for bankruptcy.
United States
17 Oct 2018
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U.S. Supreme Court's Narrow Application Of Specific Jurisdiction Will Impede Forum Shopping In Class Actions
In Bristol-Myers Squibb Company v. Superior Court of California, et al., No. 16-466 (U.S. June 19, 2017), the U.S. Supreme Court articulated the narrow circumstances under which specific jurisdiction...
United States
12 Jul 2017
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U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Plaintiffs' Voluntary Dismissal Does Not Transform A Decision Denying Class Certification Into An Appealable Final Decision
In Microsoft Corp. v. Baker, No. 15-457, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on a procedural issue that is of importance in any class action in terms of when and in what circumstances a plaintiff may appeal orders...
United States
21 Jun 2017
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U.S. District Court In Florida Decertifies A Class Of Haitian Blueberry Pickers Because Class Members Sought Individualized Damages
After certifying a class of Haitian blueberry pickers who asserted Title VII discrimination claims, Judge James Moody of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida issued a sua sponte...
United States
15 Dec 2016
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