Key Ruling in Shook Biometric Privacy Win May Affect Future BIPA Cases
Seventh Circuit Rules for Shook Client in Biometric Privacy Case Involving Collective Bargaining Agreement
Sixth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of TCPA Suit Against Pfizer
Court Denies Class Certification to Plaintiff
A federal court denied class certification to a plaintiff who alleged a retailer negligently implemented a payment processing system that put a hold on her bank account.
Shook Obtains $10 Million Settlement in Deceptive Trade Practices Case
Won Summary Judgment In Product Liability Case
Won summary judgment on claims alleging injury from a thermal battery event in a cellphone when a court ruled that the plaintiff failed to substantiate any element of the state’s product liability act; the undisputed facts showed the cause of the plaintiff’s injury was an unauthorized third-party repair, not a device defect.