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July 21, 2009 - Michael McCann, SportsIllustrated.com

NCAA faces unspecified damages, changes in latest anti-trust case

July 21, 2009 - Marlen Garcia, USA Today

Class-action suit filed vs. NCAA over use of players' likenesses

July 21, 2009 - Press Release

Hausfeld LLP Files Lawsuit Against The NCAA On Behalf of Former Student Athletes

UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon and thousands of former Division I men’s basketball and football players allege the NCAA violated federal antitrust law, by unlawfully foreclosing former players from receiving any compensation related to the use of their images and likenesses.
July 15, 2009 - Michael Herman, Times Online

Cartel victim sues Dunlop Oil for damages

July 15, 2009 - Press Release

Hausfeld Launches Marine Hose Action Against Dunlop in London High Court

Parker settlement and unique after-the-event insurance policy offers claimants valuable cooperation and ‘no-risk’ recourse to the courts.
July 14, 2009 - Press Release

Hausfeld LLP Partner Brian Ratner Named to Legal Times 2009 "40 Under 40" List

Hausfeld LLP, a global claimants’ law firm dedicated to handling large and complex litigation matters for individuals, corporations and organizations, today announced that Partner Brian Ratner has been named to the Legal Times 2009 “40 under 40” list – which recognizes rising legal stars expected ...
May 21, 2009 - Press Release

First Chinese Drywall Class Actions Filed in Virginia and North Carolina

Hausfeld LLP, Levin Fishbein and Colson Hicks – the three firms that filed the first major Chinese drywall class action (Vickers v. Knauf Gips, et al.,) in the Southern District of Florida – announced that they have expanded the scope of litigation and filed the first statewide defective drywall ...
May 13, 2009 - Nedra Pickler, Associated Press

Lawsuit Filed for 15,000 Students Who Paid To Attend Obama Inauguration but Didn't Get In

A lawsuit was filed in federal court Wednesday on behalf of more than 15,000 students who paid thousands to attend President Barack Obama's inauguration but reportedly were left out in the cold.
May 13, 2009 - Del Quentin Wilber, The Washington Post

Students Launch Suit Over Inauguration Letdown

Two students filed a federal lawsuit today alleging that a Vienna company didn't deliver on promises that they would be able to attend President Obama's inauguration if they paid the firm's program about $2,500.
April 21, 2009 - Peter Scott, Global Competition Review

UK Passengers Can Claim Airline Refund

UK-based airline passengers who took transatlantic flights with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic between 2004 and 2006 can claim refunds for overcharges under a US settlement, after a challenge to the validity of the settlement was resolved.
April 15, 2009 - Katy Dowell, The Lawyer

Hausfeld to Appeal Class Action Decision

April 15, 2009 - Jacqueline Bell, Law 360

UK Objections To £73.5M Fuel Surcharge Deal Dropped

April 15, 2009 - Lew Crofts, MLex

Hausfeld Seeks to Appeal High Court Ruling in Damage Claim Against BA

Plaintiff law-firm Hausfeld LLP is seeking the right to appeal a judgment handed down last week by the High Court in London, which scotched a move to join more claimants to an action by two flower importers demanding damages from British Airways for its role in a suspected air cargo cartel.
April 14, 2009 - An Opinion by Anthony Maton

RBS Case Shows Superiority of US Investor Protection

There's a marked difference between the access to justice being provided to aggreived shareholders in the US and the access to justice being provided in the UK.
April 08, 2009 - Larry Neumeister, Associated Press Writer

NY Judge Rules in Favor of 1970s Apartheid Victims

Apartheid victims who accused automakers and IBM of helping the government of South Africa engage in violent repression to enforce racial segregation in the 1970s and '80s can go to trial with their claims, a judge ruled Wednesday.