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For a while I just wasn’t interested (which anyone who has been divorced could probably relate to), and then once I got over that I just didn’t have the time, working in the automobile business at the time 12-14 hours a day.And lastly, and probably most importantly, I never in my wildest dreams thought that I’d be single again and having to re-learn the process of flirting with a woman and asking her out…so out of my desire to NOT embarrass myself, I’ve simply stayed away from it.A copy of the report is available for public viewing at the firm’s website: Update On Class Read Full Post » Posted in Class Action Decisions, Class Action News, Class Action Trends, Other class action blogs, tagged class action articles, Class Action Decisions, Class Action News, class action settlement, Class Action Trends, class certification on January 22, 2009| Leave a Comment » does not think too much of a class action settlement offering “victims” free makeup and perfume that the named plaintiffs’ claimed cosmetics companies cheated them out of in an alleged price-fixing scheme.She offers this entertaining rant about the case, the settlement, and the legal system in general: to the Class Action Blogosphere Class action defense lawyer and Skadden Arps partner J Russell Jackson is making waves in the class action blogosphere with a new blog aptly called .She had seemed to me to open that door and so inquiring as to whether or not she was indeed married or available I thought was NOT inappropriate.She smiled and said, “No, no husband which makes it even harder as a single mom.” Then as I prepared to leave, she offered me her email address and told me to write her and stay in touch and so I gave her my card which had my email address on it as well saying, “I will and you do the same.

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I was pleasantly surprised to find that the most recent issue of the ABA Commercial & Business Litigation section’s Winter newsletter is a collection of articles focusing on class action issues.

The compelling list of titles include “What to Tell a Panicked Client about Class Actions,” “CAFA and its Impact on Class Action Litigation,” “The ‘Holistic’ Approach to Scienter under ,” “Alternative Privilege Log Techniques in an E-discovery World,” and Recent Rulings Limit Plaintiffs’ Choice of Forum Tactics.” of class-action related materials, here are some good print publications focusing on class actions: ‘s year-end class action report is such a great resource that I had to make an exception.

Feel free to submit comments with other suggestions, and maybe together we can make a top ten list so good that it will go Posted in Class Action Decisions, Class Action News, Class Action Trends, CLE Programs, tagged CAFA, class action commentary, Class Action Decisions, Class Action Fairness Act, Class Action News, Class Action Trends on December 17, 2008| Leave a Comment » reports on a courtroom fistfight between two lawyers pursuing rival class action suits against the same defendant: Class Action Decisions summarizes and links to an opinion by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decision holding that a class action counterclaim defendant could not remove to federal court under the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA) (as an aside, yours truly was on the losing end of the Ninth Circuit decision relied upon by the majority. for helping to create bad precedent): offers a synopsis of a Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decision upholding the dismissal of a securities fraud class action under the “strong inference” of wrongful intent standard required by the Supreme Court’s decision in reports on a federal court’s decision denying a motion for summary judgment filed by an online dating service defending claims that it continued to charge fees after members had canceled their service: has a story about an an Iowa federal court’s class certification decision, with the self-explanatory headline “Class Action Status Doesn’t Stick to Teflon Lawsuits” … and more on the same case from reviews a recent California appellate decision addressing the standards for what evidence a trial court must consider in evaluating the fairness of a class action settlement: a New York court’s grant of summary judgment in a shareholder class action alleging that a forced bank merger constituted a breach of fiduciary duty: Action Trends As always, for the latest developments in subprime crisis litigation, see the … and for more commentary and analysis on trends in subprime mortgage litigation, see this December 3 entry from reports on upcoming administrative changes in the Los Angeles County Complex Litigation Court (Btw, congrats to Scott Leviant on his new position with Initiative Legal Group LLP): on developments in a potential class action lawsuit being considered by the City of Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee against lenders for alleged predatory lending practices leading to mass foreclosures in connection with subprime mortgages:

For those of you who read my blog yesterday, you’ll recall my mentioning that I’ve been divorced now for a little over 10 years, and during that 10 year period I can probably count on 1 hand how many dates I’ve had…haha!

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