Litigation

Mealey’s Litigation Report: Class Actions

Mealey’s Litigation Report: Class Actions provides complete coverage of class action litigation involving mass torts and beyond -- including product liability, consumer law, employment law, securities/financial litigation, civil rights litigation, antitrust suits, toxic torts and e-commerce disputes.  Readers get the latest on class certification rulings, settlements, trial news and verdicts, appeals, breaking news stories, new complaints, Supreme Court action and more. Published twice monthly.

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 Racial Discrimination Class Certified In Part Against Home Mortgage Lender

LOS ANGELES — A class action lawsuit accusing a home mortgage lender of discriminating against minorities on the basis of race was certified Aug. 27 by a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge (Opal Jones, et al. v. Wells Fargo Bank N.A., et al., No. BC337821, Calif. Super., Los Angeles Co.).


Wage-And-Hour Class Against Shoe Retailer Granted Certification

PHILADELPHIA — A class action accusing an athletic shoe retail chain of violating federal employment law by failing to properly compensate workers for overtime hours worked was conditionally certified by a federal judge on Sept. 15 (Francisco Pereira v. Foot Locker Inc., No. 07-cv-2157, E.D. Pa.; 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 84022).

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