The Chamber of Commerce Continues its Attack on Individual Consumers… How You Can Help Stop It

September 21, 2015

Over a period of time, we here at Wexler Wallace have noticed that it’s becoming increasingly difficult for consumers to get a fair shake. From mandatory binding arbitration clauses, more difficult standards for certifying class actions, and proposed bills to[...]

What is an Employee Nowadays?

September 02, 2015

The economy is changing dramatically in front of our eyes, but I’m not talking about the devaluation of the Yuan. I’m talking about the “on-demand economy.” This new economy is reshaping the consumer world and how goods and services are[...]

Defying the Rule of Law

August 27, 2015

During a White House Press Conference in 1958, President Dwight Eisenhower explained why he sent the military to Little Rock when local officials defied court orders on desegregation: “There is no person in this room whose basic rights are not[...]

Iowa Select Herbs Banned from Marketing Misbranded and Adulterated Supplements

August 21, 2015

Many dietary supplements and drugs claim to provide some type of health benefit. Walk into any Walgreens and you will see an entire aisle devoted to supplements. Or look at any of the ads you are bombarded with when you[...]

Ascertainability, Injury and the Upside-down View of Class Actions

August 19, 2015

Class actions are a procedural device enabling courts to handle large numbers of similar claims efficiently and economically. The procedural device serves two purposes. Spending $100 to get $50 First, litigation is so expensive and time-consuming that the science of[...]

ABA Looks for the Best of the Best Legal “Blawgs”

August 10, 2015

Ever year the American Bar Association honors 100 of the best legal blogs with its Blawg 100 Amici.  In 2015 – its ninth year – the ABA continues to seek out the best in legal blogs with topics ranging from[...]