Financial Services Class Actions

TIME STOPS FOR NO ONE: The Supreme Court Addresses Timeliness Issues in Two Separate Class CasesThe U.S. Supreme Court suddenly seems to have a little time on its hands. Or at least on its mind. In two different class action cases on its docket this week, the question at hand was timeliness.

First, in Nutraceutical Corp. v. Lambert, the Supreme Court ruled that Rule 23(f)’s 14-day time limit for

Irrevocable Consent Comes to the Eleventh Circuit: Two District Courts Apply Reyes to Boot TCPA CasesA critical question in Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) cases is whether the plaintiff gave consent to receive communications from the defendant, and whether that consent had been revoked by the time of the communication. Given the problems with the TCPA in general, you would probably not be surprised to learn that the TCPA does

FACTA Cases Continue to Present Ideal Targets for <i>Spokeo</i> Challenges—Eleventh Circuit Defendants Take Particular NoticeWe’ve already written about Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins, 136 S. Ct. 1540 (2016), in which the Supreme Court reaffirmed that all federal plaintiffs, even those alleging a statutory violation, must have suffered a real, concrete injury in order to have Article III standing. As we’ve noted in a past blog post, despite