Roundup: Litigation

The latest in litigation news: Facebook, the NFL, smartphones, Halliburton & Hobby Lobby

Over the past few weeks, there has been significant news in the world of litigation. The Halliburton case has given corporate defendants more leverage to fight back class action lawsuits while the NFL has settled a case to remove a previous compensatory cap on damages for concussion-related issues for former players. Other news includes the unanimous Supreme Court decision to require warrants for searching smartphones and the controversial Hobby Lobby decision and its implications on Obamacare. Finally, Facebook is under scrutiny for its experimental data collection. Click through the slideshow to learn more.

Judge agrees to remove compensatory claims cap from NFL concussion suit

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Halliburton decision could be more impactful than it appears

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Hobby Lobby decision creates controversy about contraception, Obamacare


European agencies investigating Facebook over experiment privacy issues


Supreme Court will require warrants for searching smartphones

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Jessica Liu

Jessica Liu is a sophomore at Haverford College, where she is majoring in political science. At InsideCounsel, she reports on news for the Women, Influence,...

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