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20 January 2016
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Pick-Off “Offer” to Class Representative Does Not Moot Claim, But Pick-Off “Payment” Might Succeed Legal Alerts
01 March 2013
The Future of Federal Class Actions: Cases Currently Before the Supreme Court
Source: SideBAR
Articles
13 November 2012
Tips For Quality Control In Technology-Assisted Review
Source: Law 360
Articles
01 October 2012
Class Actions Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act
Source: Safe Hiring Manual
Articles
01 July 2012
Please Bend Over: Supreme Court Approves Strip Searches for Minor Offenders
Source: Westlaw Journal: Class Actions
Articles
01 February 2012
The Domino's Effect: How Following the Letter of the FCRA Could Save your Business from a Litigation Chain Reaction Legal Alerts
01 December 2011
Strip-Searched for Failing to Pay a Speeding Ticket? Florence and the Fourth Amendment
Source: Westlaw Journal: Class Actions
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31 August 2011
California Opens the Floodgates
Source: Executive Counsel
Articles
01 June 2011
Ascertainability as a Bar to Class Certification
Source: Appellate Advocate
Articles
28 April 2011
Supreme Court Upholds Class Action Waivers In AT&T v. Concepcion Legal Alerts

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Premium Mortgage Corp. v. Equifax Information Services, et al.
Served as counsel to Equifax. The plaintiff, a mortgage broker, alleged that a subsidiary of Equifax Inc. misappropriated trade secrets more
Class action for an aerospace manufacturing company
Represented an aerospace manufacturing company in a race discrimination class action lawsuit in which we defeated class certification and achieved more
Class action litigation involving marine products
Successfully defended class action related to allegedly faulty marine products in federal court in Charleston, South Carolina, resulting in denial of more
Securities class action for a national specialty retailer
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