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March 2013

In the battle over class action bans, the latest casualty may be logic

By Leslie Bailey, Staff Attorney As an undergraduate philosophy major, I lived for all things logical. I relished Alfred North Whitehead and wrote essays seeking to prove that propositions about the future are true at the time they are stated. There was something deeply reassuring…

EPA Improperly Withholds Information Vital to Public Health

Despite the threat of a lawsuit brought by Public Justice against Yakima Valley (Washington) industrial dairies, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is continuing to improperly withhold information vital to the public health, acting in direct dereliction of its duties under the Freedom of Information…

Citizen Action Pushes Dairies To Declare Hazardous Substance Releases

Following years of violations, threat of lawsuits forces industrial dairies to publicly report data Community Association for Restoration of the Environment (CARE) and the Center for Food Safety (CFS) – represented by Public Justice, Law Offices of Charles M. Tebbutt, P.C., and the Center for…

Using litigation to change the culture of bullying

By Adrian Alvarez, Goldberg-Robb Attorney Like so many other gay people, I was bullied in school. Although I didn’t come out until college, people perceived my sexual orientation: I was routinely called “faggot,” punched in the locker room, and generally ostracized. I was even bullied…

SCOTUS denies payday lender’s request for review

By Amy Radon, Staff Attorney This week, the U.S. Supreme Court denied a payday lender’s petition for certiorari in the case of Cash Advance Network v. Felts. The lender, Cash Advance Network, Inc., had petitioned the Court to overturn a decision by the New Mexico…