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  • March 16, 2019

    Trump Move To Deny Status For Young NY Migrants Struck Down

    A federal judge on Friday found that the Trump administration made an unlawful policy reversal when it began denying protected status out of hand for thousands of 18- to 21-year-old immigrants determined by New York family court to be at risk, and struck down the policy.

  • March 15, 2019

    StarKist Settles Tuna Price-Fixing Claims With Kroger, Others

    StarKist Co. announced Friday that it has agreed to a settlement with Kroger Co. and other retailers to resolve allegations of a widespread tuna price-fixing conspiracy that have been the focus of multidistrict litigation in California federal court.

  • March 15, 2019

    4 La. Nuisance Class Actions Must Remain In Fed. Court

    Nuisance allegations brought by a resident of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, over a nearby smelly landfill are not exempt from the Class Action Fairness Act and have to stay in federal court, a federal judge has ruled, deciding the law applied to it and three other similar suits.

  • March 15, 2019

    Citibank Says Wrong Number Call Recipients Can't Form Class

    Citibank has urged a California federal judge to reject a bid to certify a putative class action accusing the bank of placing debt collection calls to wrong numbers, arguing that determining who actually received the calls would require a painstaking review of individualized account records. 

  • March 15, 2019

    Jimmy John's Cites DOJ's No-Poach Ammo In Dismissal Bid

    Employers are beginning to cite the U.S. Department of Justice’s recent admonitions against antitrust cases over franchise-based no-poach agreements that rely on an easier-to-prove legal standard, with Jimmy John’s quoting the DOJ liberally in a motion to dismiss a proposed class action in Illinois federal court.

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