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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Iannacchino v. Ford Motor Company

... [13] Decisions by courts in other jurisdictions reflect divergent views about the viability of a class action complaint alleging violations of consumer protection statutes and breach of implied warranty premised on economic loss for overpayment for unsafe vehicles. ...

Feeney v. Dell Inc.

... MARSHALL, CJ. We decide in this case whether a statutory right to participate in class action lawsuits can permissibly be foreclosed by a provision in a consumer contract compelling individual arbitration. The plaintiffs, John ...

Salvas v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

... In this putative class action, the named plaintiffs are former employees of the defendant, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. ... 2003), quoting Blackie v. Barrack, supra at 905 ("The amount of damages is invariably an individual question and does not defeat class action treatment"). d. Analysis. ...