AnimalFeeds International Corp.
A large class action lawsuit is most corporations’ worst nightmare.
Supreme Court: Oxford Health Plans v. Sutter asks whether parties agree to class arbitration by failing to mention it
Class action and arbitration issues are at the center of the Supreme Court’s docket this term.
Arbitration rights remain after more than six months of litigation; Decision creates circuit split on CAFA; Court tosses $10.2 million jury verdict for lack of Daubert hearing; Banks may be liable for fraudulent wire transfers.
In some states, such as California, unsuspecting employers can find themselves facing millions of dollars in liability for technical violations of an obscure state labor code provision that is inconsistent with the laws of every other state in which the company may operate.