Outside CounselThomas A. Dickerson, New York Law Journal
New York State Class Actions: a Very Good Year
Thomas A. Dickerson reviews cases involving the premature evaluation of the merits of a proposed "disclosure only" settlement; the approval, preliminarily, of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Pay what you wish, but you must pay something" class action; the certification of a tenant's class action alleging improper deregulation of apartments notwithstanding the landlord's receipt of J-51 tax benefits; and the decertification, in part, of a class action brought by credit card terminal lessees alleging unreasonable fees and a failure to reveal the full terms of the lease.
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