Author Archives: Joshua Druckerman

Rockers’ Push for Reasonable Royalties Survives Motion to Dismiss

The mainstream distribution of music through digital media has been around for over a decade now, yet many questions about the relative rights of record companies and artists in this medium remain unsettled. One indicator of the uncertainty brought on … Continue reading

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In Ross v. RBS Citizens, Seventh Circuit Clarifies Class Action Certification and Commonality, Distinguishing Dukes in the Process

Imagine, for a moment, that a company told its employees that they could not record overtime hours, even if they were eligible for overtime compensation. Not exactly the nicest thing to do, right? Now imagine this company also forced its … Continue reading

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LCD Manufacturers Settle Antitrust Class Action Suits for Almost $1 Billion (and Counting)

LCD screens are everywhere. These power-efficient, lightweight, and slim liquid crystal displays are ubiquitous in just about everything in consumer and industrial electronics these days. Televisions, cars, laptops, cell phones, computer monitors, MP3 players, and many other devices all sport … Continue reading

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