Tag Archives: Plaintiff

Huff v. Securitas: Ct. of App. Confirms PAGA’s Purpose in Refusing to Limit Penalties to Only Those L.C. Violations that Affected Plaintiff Personally

For years, employers and employees have disagreed on the scope of California’s Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 (“PAGA”). One hotly-disputed issue is whether the named representative plaintiff needs to have experienced the exact Labor Code violation for which she … Continue reading

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Plaintiff Allowed Extension to Meet Procedural Requirements in Maryland Medical Malpractice Case

The procedures for bringing a Maryland medical malpractice action can be complicated in some cases.  In a June 28, 2018 decision, the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland considered whether the plaintiff could pursue a claim against his  doctor and … Continue reading

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Jeff Rasansky recognized as a “2019 Best Lawyer, Personal Injury – Plaintiff.”

Rasansky Law Firm is proud to announce Jeff Rasansky’s award as a Best Lawyer, again, for 2019! “I’m honored to be recognized as a Best Lawyer by my peers again this year. I’m always appreciative to my peers for their … Continue reading

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Federal Court Scuttles Class Action Settlement Objectors’ Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit Brought By Plaintiff Class Action Firm

By Gerald L. Maatman, Jr. and Alex W. Karasik Seyfarth Synopsis: In a lawsuit brought by a plaintiff class action firm alleging that objectors to class action settlements violated both RICO and Illinois state law by filing frivolous objections in … Continue reading

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2nd Cir: Marcel v Lucky Brand Dungarees re GET LUCKY – Plaintiff Asserts Defense Preclusion

Marcel and Lucky litigated use of the GET LUCKY and LUCKY marks three times.  The first lawsuit, in 2001, resulted in a release.  The second lawsuit, in 2005, revealed in early motion practice that the parties disagreed as to the … Continue reading

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