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  • Modern Day Robber Barons Siphon Away Economic Impact Payments

    By Paul Bland Executive Director It reads like a plot from a 21st century Charles Dickens novel: More than 40 million unemployed. Nearly 100,000 dead in the United States alone. 3.6 million homeowners unable to pay their mortgages. And, to add insult to injury, businesses snatching…

  • Peloton’s Cycle of Broken Promises

    “Pedaling a Stationary Bike” by dfmobile is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 As lockdowns and quarantines continue across the country, and Americans look to maintain as much of their usual routine as possible while the COVID pandemic disrupts so many aspects of everyone’s lives, we learned this week of…

Corker v. Costco Plaintiffs’ Opposition To Gold Coffee Roaster, Inc.’s Motion for Protective Order to Limit Scope and to Postpone 30(B)(6) Deposition (filed March 25, 2020)

Argues for remote deposition, responding to argument that remote deposition would be prejudicial because party would not have benefit of physical presence of attorney. Corker v. Costco Plaintiffs’ Opposition To Gold Coffee Roaster, Inc.’s Motion for Protective Order to Limit Scope and to Postpone 30(B)(6)…

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National Prescription Opiates Litigation Plaintiffs Opposition to Defendants Motion to Extend all Deadlines by 60 Days (filed March 25, 2020)

Argues against 60-day extension of all deadlines by emphasizing (1) national importance of case, (2) COVID-related challenges fall equally on both parties, not just defendants, (3) defendants’ failure to put forward explanations why COVID-19 interferes with their ability to meet deadlines, and (4) adequacy of…

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In re JUUL Labs Motion for Alternative Service (Filed April 22, 2020)

Arguing that, in light of COVID-19 crisis, court should enter an order stating that, for the purposes of this MDL proceeding, the personal service requirements set forth in F.R.C.P. 45 can be satisfied by delivering subpoenas via certified mail until September 1, 2020. In re…