A Step in the Right Direction: The Proposed CFPB Rule Changes

Last month, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed rulemaking that would prohibit banks and certain other companies from including…

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Be Careful What You Ask For

In In re Abbott Labs., Inc, 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 21387 (7th Cir. Oct. 16, 2012), the Seventh Circuit recently…

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The Jury Is Out

Observers around the country have been describing the disappearance of the civil jury trial for quite some time.  In recent…

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Warning: Spirit Airlines Wants to Continue Deceiving You

On January 24, 2012 a new U.S. Department of Transportation rule took effect requiring airline carriers to include all mandatory…

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The Litigation Privilege: Offering Protection for 25 Years’ Worth of Lies?

In Williams v. BASF Catalyst, LLC, Case No. 2:11-cv-01754-SRC-MAS (D.N.J.) BASF Catalyst LLC (“BASF”) and its corporate law firm, Cahill…

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California Supreme Court Allows Warrantless Cell Phone Searches Incident to Arrest

Earlier this year, the California Supreme Court ruled that police officers may conduct warrantless searches of cell phones and other…

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Supreme Court Decisions Take Steps Toward Greater Government Transparency

After last year’s controversial Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission campaign-finance ruling, which treated corporations like people under the First…

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