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Stammco: A Primer on the New Era of the Ohio Class Action

Ohio Supreme Court Reverses Class Certification

A case discussion involving class certification denial on the basis of lack of commonality among class members.

Sixth Circuit Reaffirms Class Certification in Whirlpool Washing Machine Case

Google Books class certification decision vacated and remanded for consideration of Google’s fair use defense
Sixth Circuit affirms denial of class certification in Davis v. Cintas Corp.
OSBA Class Action Roundup: The Latest Developments in State and Federal Court
Ohio Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument in State Farm Class Action
Whirlpool Files Reply Brief in Support of Certiorari in Class Action Appeal
Class Counsel Files Brief Opposing Certiorari in Whirlpool Class Action
U.S. Supreme Court Considers Petition for Certiorari in the Sixth Circuit’s Class Certification Decision in Whirlpool v. Glazer
On August 14, 2012, appellants United Telephone Company of Ohio (UTO) and Sprint filed their merit brief in Stammco v. United Tel. Co. of Ohio, Ohio Supreme Court Case No. 2012-0169. 

As discussed in a prior article, the Ohio Supreme Court recently considered four jurisdictional memoranda raising fundamental challenges to class action law in Ohio.  The Court has now made its jurisdictional decisions in each case.

Legislation introduced to nullify impact of Wal-Mart v. Dukes in employment discrimination cases via 'group actions'

Will the Ohio Supreme Court visit aisle 23 at Wal-Mart?
Ohio Supreme Court examines Ford Motor Credit class

Sixth Circuit vacates class certification based on preclusion, interprets Wal-Mart

No Class, no problem: Discriminatory lending actions in the wake of Wal-Mart v. Dukes

Much has been already said about the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, 131 S. Ct. 2541 (2011).  In this article, we provide a discussion of the recent case of Ham v. Swift Transp. Co., Inc., 275 F.R.D. 475 (W.D. Tenn. 2011), which illustrates that the precepts of Wal-Mart do not impede certification of classes under ...

A discussion of the legacy of Wal-Mart v. Dukes as the lower courts apply the decision and determine how, if at all, prior precedent can be harmonized.

Discussion of a New York District Court decision that provides analysis of a consumer class action claim and the question of commonality.

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed an order certifying a class of hundreds of multi-employer trust funds asserting fiduciary claims arising under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.

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