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March 13th, 2013

Plaintiff-Friendly Federal Court in Northern California Now Derisively Known as the ‘Food Court’

California’s leading journal for legal news has published a worthwhile story about the growing wave of preposterous consumer class actions that target the packaging and marketing of various food and beverage products, and which have found a welcoming embrace in the arms of judges comprising the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California . . . → Read More: Plaintiff-Friendly Federal Court in Northern California Now Derisively Known as the ‘Food Court’

August 17th, 2012

By Backing Arbitration Clause, California High Court Strikes Blow for Common Sense

Striking a blow for common sense and contractual arbitration clauses, the California Supreme Court has ruled that a homeowners association must take its allegations of contruction defects against the developer to an arbitrator . . . → Read More: By Backing Arbitration Clause, California High Court Strikes Blow for Common Sense