Time to Block “Glocks vs. Docs”

August 08, 2014

At a time when gun violence is running rampant in Chicago and across the nation, I am floored by the 11th Circuit’s decision to vacate an injunction against enforcement of Florida’s Firearm Owners Privacy Act (“Act”). The Act, also known[...]

The Latest Fight Over the State-Action Antitrust Immunity Doctrine

August 05, 2014

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) submitted its brief urging the Supreme Court to deny antitrust immunity to the North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners (“Board”).  Years ago, the Board had barred non-dentists from providing teeth-whitening services, prompting[...]

Victims With No Redress: The Recent Rise and Fall of Data Breach Class Actions

July 24, 2014

Earlier this week, the e-commerce website e-Bay was sued in federal court in Louisiana for allegedly failing to implement adequate security measures to protect the identities of its millions of customers.  e-Bay announced in May that there had been unauthorized[...]

The 2014 ABA Law Blawg 100: Cast A Vote For Wexler Wallace

July 24, 2014

Since its inception in 2010, the Wexler Wallace blog has endeavored to be a site that informs consumers, businesses and the legal community alike to the issues of the day that affect our readers and our practice. We’ve written about[...]

The Fallout from Hobby Lobby

July 18, 2014

On June 30, 2014, the United States Supreme Court handed down a landmark ruling in Burwell et al. v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., et al. that has triggered a tidal wave of responses and opinions.  Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA),[...]

The High Price of Easy Money: Another Bill Comes Due

July 01, 2014

Consider the following: Banks lure consumers into substantial loans in return for minor payments in the near-term. The loan payments eventually adjust to include both the interest and principal amount. Consumers lack the resources to cover the higher payments; a[...]