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A Concepcion Work-Around?

In Kolev v. Euromotors West, No. 09-55963 (9 th Cir., Sept. 20, 2011), the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has seemingly found an important exception to Concepcion. Kolev arises from a claim an owner ...
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Anti-Piracy or Anti-Consumer?

The door to the courthouse for consumers may have been closed by the Supreme Court's opinion in Concepcion, but the key is still under the mat for corporations looking to sue consumers en mass. In a ...
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The New York Times Criticizes Concepcion

In an editorial published on May 13, 2011, the New York Times took aim at AT&T Mobility v Concepcion and recognized it for what it is: "a devastating blow to consumer rights" and "a major setback ...
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In Praise of Class Actions

Pittsburgh personal injury attorney Rob Peirce spoke out in favor of class actions in an editorial appearing in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.* As Pierce points out, the effort by big business to ...
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After Concepcion

Many members of the class action bar believe that the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion means the end of all class actions. We beg to differ. For sure, companies ...
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