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  • Illustration Whirlpool Ruling by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

    EDITORIAL: Reining in class action

    Trial lawyers saw their dreams of striking it rich diminish significantly Wednesday. The Supreme Court ruled that classes for class-action lawsuits must be certified based on facts. Comcast v. Behrend puts lower courts on notice. On Friday, the court should send a warning to the trial bar by agreeing to hear an appeal in the case of the smelly washing machines.


  • Illustration Whirlpool Ruling by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

    SIDAK: Supreme Court must clean up washer mess

    Last spring, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit upheld class certification in Glazer v. Whirlpool, a case in which two Ohio residents claim that their front-loading washing machines emitted unpleasant, but medically harmless, odors.


  • Illustration Whirlpool Ruling by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

    JOYCE: A class-action blow to U.S. manufacturing

    The U.S. Supreme Court has until Friday to determine whether it will hear an appeal involving a class-action lawsuit against Whirlpool, the nation's largest washing machine manufacturer. Until then, the future of all manufacturing in the United States hangs in the balance.


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