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  • July 19, 2024

    Real Estate Recap: CMBS, Phoenix Evictions, Summer Break?

    Catch up on this past week's key developments by state from Law360 Real Estate Authority — including trends in multifamily commercial mortgage-backed securities, a study of corporate landlord evictions in Phoenix, and the creative lengths real estate lawyers go to when closing the deal on a summer vacation.

  • July 19, 2024

    9th Circ. Judge Open To Reversing Google's Privacy Win

    A Ninth Circuit judge appeared receptive Friday to reversing Google's summary judgment win in Chrome users' proposed privacy class action, telling Google's counsel that the standard is what a reasonable consumer would expect and "you have a much higher opinion of the average intelligence of the computer user than I."

  • July 19, 2024

    Employment Authority: Teamsters RNC Speech Sparks Strife

    Law360 Employment Authority covers the biggest employment cases and trends. Catch up this week with coverage on why the labor movement is in an uproar over Teamsters President Sean O'Brien's speech at the 2024 Republican National Convention, how heat breaks for workers may add into overtime calculations for employers and what attorneys should know about Project 2025's bid to drastically change to anti-discrimination protections.

  • July 19, 2024

    Oracle Inks $115M Deal To End Consumer Data Collection Suit

    Oracle America Inc. agreed to pay $115 million to resolve a proposed class action alleging the software company illegally sold internet users' electronic profiles, consumers told a California federal judge, putting to rest a case that has stretched on for nearly two years.

  • July 19, 2024

    Splenda Must Face False Ad Suit Over Diabetes Benefits

    The maker of Splenda cannot escape a proposed class action alleging that it has falsely advertised its products as healthy and "suitable for people with diabetes" after a California federal judge found that federal law does not preempt any of claims the consumers made under state laws.

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