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Coke Wants 9th Cir. To Ditch False Ad Class Cert.

Law 360 – Coca-Cola Refreshments USA Inc. is asking the Ninth Circuit to undo a class certification in multidistrict litigation alleging it falsely labels its drinks as having no artificial flavors, saying the classes haven’t shown they will be harmed without a court injunction.

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Tue Aug 4, 1:04pm

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NextEra Fights For $60M Fee From EFH Ch. 11 At 3rd Circ.

Law 360 – NextEra Energy Inc. urged the Third Circuit on Thursday to revive its bid for $60 million in administrative expenses in connection with a scrapped deal to purchase assets from bankrupt Energy Future Holdings Corp., arguing that it spent the money in reliance on a sale termination fee […]

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Thu Jul 2, 7:56pm

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2nd Circ. Puts $1.7B Iran Terror Asset Case Back In NY Court

Law 360 – The Second Circuit on Monday once again revived efforts by victims of a 1983 terrorist bombing to collect $1.68 billion in Iranian assets held by a Luxembourg bank, following legislation addressing foreign policy issues related to the case.

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Mon Jun 22, 5:37pm

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2nd Circ. Keen To Untangle $1.7B Iran Terror Asset Fight

Law 360 – A Second Circuit panel looked ready Wednesday to quickly send families of U.S. soldiers killed in an Iran-backed bombing back to a Manhattan federal judge to collect $1.68 billion of Iranian assets held by European banking giant Clearstream, after Congress specifically authorized them to do so.

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Wed May 27, 6:13pm

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Upstate NY Caterer Will Pay $4M To End Wage Suit

LAW 360 – Mazzone Hospitality has agreed to shell out up to $4 million to end a lawsuit brought on behalf of thousands of workers who claimed the catering company unlawfully pocketed tips and docked their pay for meal breaks they never took.

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Thu Mar 19, 4:17pm

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Coca-Cola Faces Certified Classes Over Labels Claiming ‘No Artificial Flavors’ and ‘No Preservatives’

LAW.COM – The Coca-Cola Co. faces several certified classes in a long-running lawsuit accusing the company of misleading consumers about whether its flagship soft drink contains artificial flavors or preservatives.

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Tue Feb 18, 6:32pm