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Class-Action Objectors Under Renewed Scrutiny from Bench and Bar
Class-Action Objectors Under Renewed Scrutiny from Bench and Bar Recent rule changes and more aggressive scrutiny by courts and class action practitioners have put objectors to class action settlements under a renewed spotlight. Just last week, Southern District of Florida Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman ordere... Read More
By Lance A. Harke

Ransomware Attacks Lead to Class-Action Lawsuits
Ransomware Attacks Lead to Class-Action Lawsuits Consumers and workers are behind this little-noticed consequence. A little-noticed consequence of the increasing ransomware attacks on American businesses is the rise of class action lawsuits brought by consumers and workers impacted by th... Read More
By Lance A. Harke

Trump’s Big-Tech Class-Action Suits Land in South Florida
Trump’s Big-Tech Class-Action Suits Land in South Florida Former President Donald Trump has launched three class-action lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook, and Google-owned YouTube, alleging these social media behemoths of censoring him and a class of similarly situated plaintiffs in violation of the First ... Read More
By Lance A. Harke

Roundup MDL Judge Rejects Attorneys’ Fee 'Holdback'
Roundup MDL Judge Rejects Attorneys’ Fee 'Holdback' In a sweeping ruling analyzing the authority of an MDL Judge to award “holdback” attorneys’ fees to lead counsel for common benefit work, Roundup MDL Judge Vince Chhabria of California refused to hold back for lead counsel 8.25% of all recoveries in ... Read More
By Lance A. Harke

US Class Action Spending Reaches All-Time High of $2.9 Billion in 2020
US Class Action Spending Reaches All-Time High of $2.9 Billion in 2020 A survey released recently reveals that class action spending in the United States is growing at more than twice the rate of other litigation categories, and has reached an all-time high of $2.9 billion in 2020 Read More
By Lance A. Harke

Amazon Quietly Makes It Easier to Sue
Amazon Quietly Makes It Easier to Sue After years of including a mandatory arbitration clause in its terms of service with its customers, internet behemoth Amazon has quietly changed its terms of service after being inundated with tens of thousands of arbitration demands by plaintiffs’ l... Read More
By Lance A. Harke

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