Consumer Law

Government Law

In wake of class action filing, Philadelphia DA drops effort to forfeit some homes

Antitrust Law

After last-minute lead plaintiff substitution, iPod users seek $350M at trial and get zilch

Business of Law

New crowdfunding site helps individuals raise money for legal fees

Government Law

Three cities sue Uber, citing noncompliance with state laws and municipal regulations

Consumer Law

Harvard law grad claimed $4 overcharge on take-out, sought treble damages in emailed war of words

Antitrust Law

Does $350M case at trial against Apple have a lead plaintiff? Judge hasn’t yet ruled

Antitrust Law

Uh-oh. Did lead plaintiffs seeking $350M in Apple trial purchase iPods as required?

Trials & Litigation

Woman sues Chick-fil-A and cherry supplier, says milkshake caused tooth damage and heart attack

Antitrust Law

Plaintiffs are seeking $1B in Apple trial over software that required iTunes to be played on iPods

Insurance Law

Paying workers with health issues to get exchange-market insurance violates the law, feds say

Health Law

Fast-food sellers must list calories ‘clearly and conspicuously’ on menus within a year, FDA says

Attorney Fees

Posner: ‘Outlandish’ attorney fees in glucosamine settlement were part of a ‘selfish deal’

Corporate Law

Are tech elite above the law? Columnist questions whether industry promotes lawless hubris

Media & Communications Law

Police put brakes on body-camera plan, citing records request; earlier dashcam suits were costly

Consumer Law

Suit smells something amiss with unscented deodorant

Consumer Law

Feds cite ‘epidemic’ of debt-collection abuse, charge 7 individuals and company in ongoing probe

First Amendment

Google wins SLAPP motion, has constitutional right to list search results as it wishes

Trials & Litigation

Passengers get $2,500 for 10-hour ordeal on cold subway during 2010 snowstorm

Health Law

Unconscious woman with medical insurance is taken to out-of-network hospital, owes $50K

Legal Ethics

It’s unethical for prosecutors to lend out letterhead to debt collectors, ABA opinion says