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What's New in the Courts

May 26, 2021

After Rejection of a Proposed “Reverse-Auction” Settlement, the Eleventh Circuit Confirms that Class Counsel’s Duties Run, Not to Individual Class Representatives, But to Class as a Whole

Written by Steve Herman
May 26, 2021

ABA Issues Formal Guidance to Lawyers Practicing Virtually

Written by Steve Herman
May 5, 2021

U.S. Ninth Circuit Holds that Snapchat is Not Immune from Products Liability Suit under the Communications Decency Act

Written by Steve Herman
April 29, 2021

In Affirming Dismissal of Forklift Case, U.S. Tenth Circuit Requires Plaintiff’s Expert to Commit to Definitive Alternative Feasible Design

Written by Steve Herman
April 29, 2021

U.S. Fifth Circuit Affirms Judgment as a Matter of Law on Claims by Credit Reporting Services Against Law Firm Who Signed Letters for Clients

Written by Steve Herman
April 29, 2021

Magistrate Judge in Valsartan MDL Rejects Defendant’s “Confidentiality” Claims over Routine Business Communications

Written by Steve Herman
April 8, 2021

Mississippi Supreme Court Rejects J&J’s Federal Preemption Defense Against State’s TALC Claims

Written by Steve Herman
April 8, 2021

Judge in Eastern District of Pennsylvania Certifies ERISA Breach of Fiduciary Duty Class re Allegedly Imprudent Investments

Written by Steve Herman
April 8, 2021

Supreme Court of Arkansas Affirms Class Certification in Environmental Case Alleging Water Contamination

Written by Steve Herman
March 30, 2021

The U.S. Fifth Circuit Holds that a Single Construction Project Bonus Does Not Constitute an ERISA “Plan”

Written by Steve Herman