Topic: Litigation

Recent Developments Highlight Continuing Risks for Retailers Related to Data Privacy and Cybersecurity
Retail Litigation Center’s 2014 Annual Report Details Its Efforts to Influence Courts in Support of Retailers
Michaels Stores Wins Another Round in Wage & Hour Suits Against Retailers
California District Court Decision Enforces a Website’s Terms of Service Even as Applied to Minors
New U.S. Supreme Court Case Creates Uniform Test for False Advertising Standing, Endorses a Proximate Cause Defense to Statutory Claims, But May Be Most Popular With Gray Marketeers
Michaels Stores Wins Ninth Circuit Decision Lowering the Bar for Retailers to Remove Class Action Lawsuits to Federal Court
Retail Litigation Center Releases Its 2013 Annual Report
Companies that allow employees to use social media accounts or personal communication devices for company business should be wary of new cases addressing their discovery obligations
Class Actions Can Pose Challenges to Fashion Companies, But Defenses Are Available

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