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  • December 02, 2022

    Dismissing Bias Suit Would 'Gut' Fair Housing Act, Judge Told

    A Black career attorney in Illinois asked a federal judge to deny a mortgage lender's request to dismiss a class action suit accusing it of racially biased lending, arguing the dismissal would raise the pleading standard for housing discrimination allegations to an "impossible" level.

  • December 02, 2022

    Google Escapes Revised 'LockBox' Privacy Dispute For Good

    A California federal judge has permanently tossed a proposed class action accusing Google of using a secret program called "Android Lockbox" to unlawfully collect data from non-Google apps on Android devices, finding that the plaintiffs had failed to remedy pleading deficiencies that previously doomed their claims. 

  • December 02, 2022

    Attys' $39M Fee Bid Granted In Interest Rate Case

    The Lowey Dannenberg PC attorneys who brokered a $91 million settlement of investor claims that 13 major banks manipulated two Singapore interest rate benchmarks will receive nearly $38.9 million from the overall $155 million settlement fund for their work on the case, a Manhattan federal judge has decided.

  • December 02, 2022

    Dodge Calls 2nd Try At Suit Over 'Unfit' Muscle Cars Too Weak

    Fiat Chrysler on Friday blasted a second attempt at a lawsuit from owners of two Dodge "muscle cars" who sought class damages for allegedly faulty rear differentials, saying their amended complaint did not fix the problems that led to the original complaint being dismissed on Sept. 6.

  • December 02, 2022

    States Lean On La. Title 42 Order To Enter Asylum-Seekers' Suit

    Red states urged a D.C. federal judge to include them in an asylum-seeker suit that won the end of a Trump-era policy authorizing migrants' swift expulsion, saying Friday the case threatened to upend their own hard-won court order forcing the policy's continuation.

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