NLJ Reports on Plaintiff Idea to Get Around SCOTUS Door-Slam on Employee Class Actions

Non-Mutual Offensive Collateral Estoppel?
Rolls right off the tongue.
The National Law Journal quoted Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll’s Joseph Sellers as saying it’s a concept […]

Cyber Security Summit: Seattle | July 19, 2018

 

How on Earth can a plaintiff plead and prove that a purported failure to report adverse events to the FDA caused him or her any injury?

Maybe a learned plaintiff attorney would like to weigh in, but for a defense commentary on the preemption — or not — of claims […]

Cyber Security Summit: DC Metro | June 28, 2018 | Tysons Corner

 

 

Insurance Coverage and GDPR: What’s Your Financial Exposure? –Linda Kornfeld, Blank Rome

In her recent article — GDPR Is Finally Here: It’s Time to Make Sure Your Current Cyber Policy Will Protect against New Financial Exposures — […]

The Social Media Fraud Revolution: An RSA White Paper

In describing their new analysis, RSA writes:

The rise in popularity of multiple social media platforms throughout the world has caused many fraudsters to expand […]

Class Action Mastery Forum | Jan. 15-17, 2019 | San Diego

 

National Lead Litigation Conference | Oct. 15, 2018 | New York

Sorry, this event has been cancelled! Thanks to all who prepared and registered. We had a good run starting in 1992! –Tom

 

 

Drug & Device Defense Forum | Oct. 15, 2018 | New York

Sorry! This event has been cancelled. We had a good run for several years but all good things and all that. Look for the […]