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Brutality That Threatens Our Food Supply

Humane Society’s undercover investigation reveals revolting abuse all for profits By Jessica Culpepper, Food Safety & Health Attorney Today the Humane Society of the United States revealed horrific abuse to calves and an active threat to our food supply in its undercover investigation at Catelli Brothers…

Wireless Provider Gets What It Wanted; Now It’s Sorry

By Spencer Wilson, Brayton-Thornton Attorney Consumers walked away with a quiet but important victory Tuesday when the U.S. Supreme Court denied review in Southern Communications v. Thomas. This decision will allow a group of consumers to pursue their claims against their wireless service provider, Southern Communications,…

Bland Debunks Mayer Brown “Analysis” of Class Actions

Public Justice Senior Attorney Paul Bland takes a look at the deeply flawed results of Mayer Brown’s “empirical analysis” attacking all class actions. Particularly striking, Paul explains, is the timing of this P.R. document — arriving the exact day as the Congressionally mandated study by…

Injured By a Chemical? You’re Not as Screwed

By Leah Nicholls, Kazan-Budd Attorney     Last week, a unanimous DC federal appellate court upheld an Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) regulation clarifying that its regulations about labeling used for chemicals in the workplace do not preempt state-law failure-to-warn claims. In other words, companies can’t…