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No Injury? No Problem: Mere Risk Of Identity Theft Can Establish Standing
Standing requirements have forced many a data breach action to stand down. Can a plaintiff have a claim (and on behalf of a massive class) ...
United States
5 Apr 2018
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California Court Allows Retailers To Collect Zip Code Data
Who would have thought zip codes could cause so much of a fuss? Retailers and restaurants know, because scores of them have been sued in class actions throughout California on the dubious theory that recording a customer's zip code at the point-of-sale violates California law.
United States
29 Dec 2008
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Prop 64 Test Case Decided in California Supreme Court
In a decision intended to curb abuses of California’s consumer protection laws and the first judicial test of Proposition 64 standards for consumer class actions, California’s Supreme Court has handed down a long-awaited ruling holding that voter-approved changes to the state’s Unfair Competition Law apply to all cases, not just those that were recently filed.
United States
10 Aug 2006
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Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 Senate Bill S.5
The United States Senate overwhelmingly passed the Class Action Fairness Act, Senate Bill 5 (S.5), on February 10, 2005. Thirty-three senators, including Republicans and Democrats, co-sponsored the bill. The United States House of Representatives (which passed a similar bill by a wide margin last year) is likely to pass this bill or a substantially similar bill this week. President Bush is expected to sign the bill into law.
United States
15 Feb 2005
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