A Quick Study in Doxing and Personal Jurisdiction: Vangheluwe v. GotNewsIn the digital age, the internet not infrequently stretches the bounds of traditional jurisprudence and raises tricky new questions. An example from earlier this year is Vangheluwe v. GotNews, LLC, where a federal court in Michigan grappled with this question: How significant to personal jurisdiction is “doxing” a resident of the forum state? The

“Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right, But a Few More Can Make a Unicorn”Class actions typically involve a proposed class of plaintiffs seeking recovery from the same defendant on similar grounds. But that is not the only animal in the class action corral. Rule 23 makes this clear in its very first sentence: One or more members of a class may sue or be sued as representative parties

Courts are still going both ways on applying Bristol-Myers Squibb to class actions. Two recent decisions highlight this split.

<i>Bristol-Myers Squibb</i> Continues to Be a Mixed Bag in the Class Action ContextThe first—and we’ll always start with the good news—comes out of the District of Massachusetts in Roy v. FedEx Ground Package System, Inc. There, the court held that Bristol-Myers Squibb applies to collective actions under the