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Award of more than $10M in attorneys’ fees not excessive (access required)

Where plaintiffs’ counsel were awarded more than $10 million in attorneys’ fees for their role in settling a class action arising out of Lumber Liquidators’ sale of allegedly defective flooring products, objectors failed to show that the award was excessive ...

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Customer’s $150B suit against Mercedes-Benz dismissed (access required)

Where a customer sued Mercedes-Benz for $150 billion because of its alleged conduct during her request for roadside assistance, her intentional infliction of emotional distress, or IIED, claim was dismissed because she did not show the conduct was intentional or ...

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Failure to repair unit door didn’t violate Fair Housing Act (access required)

Where apartment building management allegedly failed to repair the loud door of the plaintiff’s rental unit, which his disabled son opened and closed repeatedly throughout the day and night, there was no violation of the Fair Housing Act because such ...

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