“In this case, despite overwhelming racial prejudice, justice was still served. Yet this was the exception to the rule,” the League of Women Voters said in a written statement. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Appeals Court: Policyholder Whose Employer Erroneously Withdrew Higher Premiums Not Entitled to Increased Life Insurance Coverage
The Utah Court of Appeals sided with an insurance company last week after it determined that a woman didn’t successfully apply for increased coverage for her ailing husband despite a suspected glitch in her employer’s system that led to higher premiums being deducted from her paycheck. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Justice R. Patrick DeWine wrote in a dissenting opinion that neither the First Amendment nor disciplinary rules allow the court to punish an attorney “just because something he says gets under our skin.” Click Here To Read The Full Article
What's Next: PACER Too Expensive for JAMS? | Dismissal Bid in Privacy Lawsuit Against Ford | New Meta Securities Class Action
PACER fees have long been a source of complaint, but a JAMS neutral working as a special master in the proposed class action over Facebook’s Cambridge Click Here To Read The Full Article
Critical Mass by Law.com's Ellen Bardash: Pharmacies Found Liable In First Opioid Crisis Verdict, Monsanto Blocked On One Roundup Appeal While Arguing Another.
Welcome to Law.com Class Actions: Critical Mass, a weekly briefing for class action and mass tort attorneys. Three major pharmacy chains have been Click Here To Read The Full Article