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Health Care Enforcement Year in Review and 2019 Outlook: Civil Litigation Developments and Settlements
As expected, extensive litigation concerning materiality has ensued.
United States
15 Jan 2019
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Seventh Circuit Agrees That Class Arbitrability Is A Gateway Question Presumptively For The Court, Then Apparently Ignores The Delegation Issue
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has joined five other Circuits in determining, unremarkably, that class or collective arbitrability is a gateway question that is presumptively for the court to decide.
United States
4 Nov 2018
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Oh, And One More Thing . . . Issuing A Subpoena For Documents Under 28 U.S.C. § 1782 Also Requires Personal Jurisdiction Over The Subpoena Target
Under 28 U.S.C. § 1782, "[t]he district court of the district in which a person resides or is found may order him to . . . produce a document for use in a proceeding in a foreign or international tribunal . . . ."
United States
15 Feb 2018
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New Year Brings CPSC Civil Penalty For Axe Manufacturer
Gerber Legendary Blades has agreed to pay a $2.6 million civil penalty to resolve charges that it knowingly failed to immediately report to the CPSC a safety hazard associated with its Gator Combo Axe.
United States
13 Jan 2015
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Where Did My Customer Go? Some Pleading Parameters For Tortious Interference
A Federal court in New York recently provided some pleading parameters for employers for claims of tortious interference with business relations.
United States
3 Nov 2014
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Are Airbnb Hosts Regulated By The CPSC? Short-Term Rental Properties May Require Compliance With Pool & Spa Safety Laws
In the wake of the tragic drowning of Virginia Graeme Baker, granddaughter of former SeAirbnb Pool and Spa Safetycretary of State James Baker, Congress passed and President Bush signed into law the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act.
United States
26 Aug 2014
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Even In Privacy Cases, Risk Of Injury Does Not Always Equal Injury
If data is stolen, but no one does anything with it, has there been an injury? A recent Illinois state court decision is the latest to answer in the negative.
United States
17 Jul 2014
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