1. Law Firm Defends No-Money Navient Settlement While Also Collecting $500K

    September 30, 2020 | News

    The law firms that negotiated a settlement of student-loan claims against Navient that pays class members nothing but yields lawyers $500,000 in fees defended the deal as providing non-monetary benefits for borrowers according to a report in Legal Newsline.... Read More

  2. Two Calif. Litigators Say COVID-19 Related Lawsuits Could Impact Every Area Of Law

    September 29, 2020 | News

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, businesses have more questions than answers about possible COVID-19 lawsuits, according to a report in ... Read More

  3. Appeals Court Reverses 'Negotiation Class' Created for Opioid MDL

    September 25, 2020 | News

    A federal appeals court rejected a novel "negotiation class" comprised of all cities and counties suing them over the nationwide opioid crisis settlement, according to a report in ... Read More

  4. The West Coast Is The Center Of Attention For International Firms Eyeing U.S. Expansion

    September 23, 2020 | News

    The West Coast is becoming prime real estate for international law firms wanting to make their mark in the world's largest legal market, according to a report in Read More

  5. McDonald Faces Suit Over Vanilla Flavor In Ice Cream

    September 22, 2020 | News

    McDonald's is facing a proposed class action in California federal court over its soft serve according to a report in Law360. The suit filed by Scott Craig Borison of Borison Firm LLC and Spencer Sheehan of Sheehan & Associates PC is the latest in a series of false ad suits centering on vanilla-flavored ice cream products.... Read More

  6. ICYMI: Fla. Restaurant Owner Thomas Ward Calls on Congress To Pass Liability Protections

    September 21, 2020 | News

    Small businesses across the country are trying to reopen safely and sustainably while protecting their employees and customers. One key concern for Thomas Ward, owner of Pig Floyd's Urban Barbakoa in Orlando, Florida, is the fear of COVID-related lawsuits. In his op-ed that ran in the Orlando Sentinel, Ward outlines why Congress needs to pass COVID related liability protections for businesses like his.... Read More