At this point, I’m well aware that I tend to sound like an old crank when reviewing class action scholarship; much of it repeats the same old stuff, predicts the imminent demise of the class action in its current form, … Continue Reading
Yesterday, I received my author’s copy of Betting the Company: Complex Negotiation Strategies for Law & Business, which I wrote with old friend Andrew DeGuire of Johnson Controls, Inc. We’ve been informed that Amazon is now shipping orders (a … Continue Reading
Today’s case, Critchfield Physical Therapy, P.C. v. Techhealth, Inc., 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 13440 (E.D. Mo. Feb. 1, 2013), is a short one, but it contains a valuable lesson.
Critchfield filed a class action against Techhealth. The basis of … Continue Reading
So, you may have noticed that posting has been slightly sporadic lately. There have been two big reasons for this: first, my daughter was born at the end of June, and blogging must sometimes give way to taking care of … Continue Reading
One of the unusual things about being an expat for a prolonged period of time is watching US news from the outside. Even though I have access to any number of American news outlets, being in a place where I … Continue Reading