Case v. American Honda Motor Co.

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(Ca., filed September 27, 2018): Arguing that it is not sufficient for plaintiffs to merely allege a “theory” of defect liability- however unsupported by evidence- that could apply across the self-defined class.  Plaintiffs seeking class certification must supply the trial court with “substantial evidence… that common issues predominate” over individual issues.

Court denied cert

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SCOTUS Should Affirm Federal Law Supremacy With FDA Authority Case

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