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U.S. Chamber files coalition amicus brief urging Fifth Circuit to decertify insurance class action because of unavoidable intraclass conflicts and variations in state law.
U.S. Chamber files amicus brief urging Ninth Circuit to decertify class action because many uninjured class members cause individualized issues to predominate.
U.S. Chamber files coalition amicus brief urging Third Circuit to dismiss no-injury FACTA class action for lack of Article III standing because extra credit-card digits printed on receipt caused...
Eleventh Circuit reverses class certification order for lack of Article III standing in Telephone Consumer Protection Act case. The U.S. Chamber filed amicus briefs at the Rule 23(f) petition...
In a per curiam opinion, Supreme Court vacates Ninth Circuit’s decision and sends case back to Ninth Circuit for reconsideration of Article III standing issues. The Chamber filed an...
New Mexico Court of Appeals blocks no-injury class actions
Blog post: Frank v. Gaos and the importance of actual injury
Ohio Supreme Court issues unanimous reversal on standing
Fourth Circuit dismisses case regarding certification of class action based on allegations of statutory injury absent an assertion of real world harm
U.S. Chamber files amicus brief in support of neither party in a merits-stage case concerning the validity of cy pres settlement of consumer class action