As readers who use our No Injury Scorecard know, we’re very interested in identifying situations where plaintiffs – and especially consumer fraud plaintiffs – get dismissed because they don’t have (or don’t choose to allege) a legally sufficient injury.


Class actions, mostly. As we’ve pointed out before, the plaintiff-side class action aggregators have

This guest post was written by J.C. McElveen of Jones Day. J.C. gets all the credit for this post; your dynamic blogging duo had nothing to do with it:

On September 11, 2008, the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held, in the context of a lawsuit brought under the Price-Anderson