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July 21, 2017, Legal Business

Elaine Whiteford is quoted in a Legal Business article regarding the Competition Appeal Tribunal's decision to block a £14bn class action lawsuit against MasterCard from proceeding. According to Whiteford, "From a perspective of funding of claims, the judgment is encouraging as it clarifies a funders’ uplift can be paid from undistributed damages," one of ...

July 21, 2017, Global Competition Review

Elaine Whiteford is quoted in a Global Competition Review article regarding the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal's decision to block a £14bn class action lawsuit against MasterCard from proceeding. According to Whiteford, it is surprising that Merricks was not afforded an opportunity to serve an amended claim form - as was permitted in the Gibson mobility scooters ...

July 21, 2017, Bloomberg

Elaine Whiteford is quoted in a Bloomberg article regarding the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal's decision to block a £14bn class action lawsuit against MasterCard from proceeding. “The mobility scooters case ended up being modest to the point it became uneconomic,” says Whiteford. “If you look at MasterCard, it’s the other extreme -- a very ambitious claim -- ...

July 21, 2017, Law360

Kurt Wimmer is quoted in a Law360 article regarding the State of Washington's new law governing the collection and use of consumers’ biometric information. According to Wimmer, the law “is more sensible and targeted than some other biometric laws because it applies only to biometric identifiers stored in a database that matches those identifiers to specific ...

July 21, 2017, The Hill

Muftiah McCartin is quoted by The Hill in an article regarding second-quarter spending on lobbying. According to McCartin, “Although there have not been any high-profile legislative accomplishments during the first six months of the Trump Administration, the legislative wheels of government are clearly grinding away.”