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Josh Dhyani works with clients to provide litigation services, licensing, and compliance guidance pertaining to complex state and federal regulatory issues. Josh has guided financial services clients through complex litigation and regulatory matters from trial to appeal in a wide range of issues. He also has experience in assessing and processing mortgage-related industry licenses for entities working in the financial services space, including mortgage lenders, servicers, brokers, consumer financial companies, and debt collectors. Josh has also assisted clients in managing regulatory hurdles involving mergers, changes in control persons, and other corporate moves.

Supreme Court to Review Whether Third-Party Defendants May Remove Class Action Counterclaims under CAFAThese are interesting times at the Supreme Court for class certification defendants—and we aren’t talking about the Kavanaugh confirmation process. No, late last week, in Home Depot USA Inc. v. George Jackson*, the Supreme Court took the rare step of granting cert to visit an issue on which the circuit courts, to date, have

The Impact of Disparate State Laws on Class Certification for Settlement Purposes: Ninth Circuit to Review Hyundai and Kia Fuel Economy Decision en BancThe Ninth Circuit has agreed to review a panel decision from the court which rejected a settlement in multidistrict litigation over the fuel efficiency of Hyundai Motor America Inc. and Kia Motors Corp. vehicles. The case and rehearing raise the issue of what weight, if any, is given to disparate state laws when reviewing proposed