Summary of New York State Class Actions in 2012

, New York Law Journal

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Thomas A. Dickerson and Jeffrey A. Cohen, associate justices of the Second Department, and Kenneth A. Manning, a partner with Phillips Lytle, write: Recently, New York courts ruled on a variety of important class action issues involving counterfeit wines and GBL §350, inverse condemnation and terminal boxes, gift cards, overdrafts and federal preemption, denial of no-fault medical equipment claims and sua sponte class certification, post-graduate employment prospects for law students, rent overcharges and the J-51 program, and run-flat tires and causation.

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