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If At First You Don't Succeed: Smaller Class Of Women Accuses Wal-Mart Of Gender Discrimination

By Eric Meyer Back in June, the United States Supreme Court ruled that a class of 1.5 million women could not pursue gender discrimination claims together against Wal-Mart because they lacked a common injury. If, at first, you don't succeed, file this Complaint in California on behalf of a...

Fulbright Survey Highlights Latest Trends In Social Media, Litigation

This week I plan to dedicate a few blog posts to highlighting some of the latest trends in social media and [fill in the blank]. Last month, the good folks at Fulbright & Jaworski , released their 2011 Litigation Trends Survey . The 2011 survey gathered input from 405 in-house counsel, including...

Texas EMT Files Moronic Invasion-of-Privacy Lawsuit

From the state that just loves our sloppy seconds -- out-of-work wide receiver who cries about a fumbling quarterback say, "What. It's unfair. That's my quarterback." -- comes this case about a Facebooking emergency medical technician from Texas. To protect the innocent -- in the...