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Federal Court Flubs Pennsylvania Strict-Liability Law in Medical-Device Suit
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Michelle Hart Yeary, Counsel to Dechert LLP in the firm’s Princeton, NJ office.
Counsel's Advisory, February 24, 2017
California Appeals Court Breaks with Ninth Circuit, Accepts Government-Contractor Defense in Asbestos Liability Suit
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Thomas J. LoSavio, a Partner with Low, Ball & Lynch in the firm’s San Francisco, CA office.
Legal Opinion Letter, February 10, 2017
Federal Courts Follow Two Approaches Post-Spokeo When Analyzing Standing
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Andrew C. Glass, Gregory N. Blase, Ryan M. Tosi, and Lindsay S. Bishop, Partners, and Roger L. Smerage, an Associate, in the Boston, MA office of K&L Gates LLP where they practice in the Financial Institutions and Services Litigation Group.
Legal Backgrounder, January 27, 2017
ON THE MERITS: Cahen v. Toyota Motor Corporation
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Frank Cruz-Alvarez, a Partner with Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP in the firm’s Miami, FL office, and Alan Butler, Senior Counsel for the Electronic Privacy Information Council in the group’s Washington, DC office.
On the Merits, December 16, 2016
Comments Needed on Proposed Amendments to Federal Class Action Rules
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Christopher P. Gramling, Assistant General Counsel to Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, IN.
Counsel's Advisory, November 10, 2016
Ninth Circuit Consumer Class-Action Ruling Signals Resurgence of Primary Jurisdiction Doctrine
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By David T. Biderman, a Partner in the Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA offices of Perkins Coie LLP and Alisha C. Burgin, an Associate in the firm’s San Francisco office.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 24, 2016
Oregon Supreme Court Preserves State Damages Cap—and the Legislature’s Law-Making Authority
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By James N. Westwood, Senior Counsel in the Portland, OR office of Stoel Rives LLP.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 10, 2016
Sixth Circuit’s Bright-Line Rule for Removal Deadline under CAFA Embraces Trend
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Richard Hertling, Of Counsel, and Brendan Parets, an Associate, in the Washington, DC office of Covington & Burling LLP.
Legal Opinion Letter, June 10, 2016
Ninth Circuit’s Daniel v. Ford Motor Company Decision Dents Defendants’ Ability to Defend California Consumer Class Actions
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Allison R. McLaughlin, Of Counsel, and Cedric D. Logan, an Associate, with Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell LLP in Denver, CO.
Legal Opinion Letter, January 29, 2016
On the Merits: MHN Government Services Inc. v. Zaborowski
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By John F, Querio, a Partner with Horvitz & Levy LLP, and Deepak Gupta, a Partner with Gupta Wessler PLLC.
On the Merits, December 11, 2015
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