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A History of Supporting Labor, Wolf Haldenstein profiled by the LaborPress.

 Notice of Settlement with Groupon.

Wolf Haldenstein Of-Counsel Robert Altchiler profiled as one of the top white collar defense attorney’s on Long Island.

Wolf Haldenstein files three class action lawsuits against facilitators of PACE loans who participate in a nationwide practice which takes advantage of unwitting homeowners.

Minority Business Owners File Opposition to Motion to Dismiss Federal Civil Rights Discrimination Suit Against NY’s Onondaga County and Onondaga County Comptroller Antonacci

Wolf Haldenstein files class action against Banner Life Insurance Company, on behalf of insureds, for improper rate increases forcing insureds to choose between paying up to six times their current premium or abandoning their long held life insurance policies entirely.

Wolf Haldenstein Clears Hurdle to Return the Civil Rights Anthem “We Shall Overcome” to the Public

Knotty International Problems In The Courts.

WHAFH Reports Settlement of Landmark Telephone Tax Case.

Minority Business Owners File Federal Civil Rights Discrimination Suit Against NY’s Onondaga County and Onondaga County Comptroller Antonacci.

Wage & Hour Class Action Filed Against NCAA & PAC 12 on Behalf of Big Time College Football Players.

Wolf Haldenstein Sues Nationwide Poultry Cartel Over Price Fixing on Behalf Of American Families.

GM and the Survival of Claims Thought To Have Been Discharged in Bankruptcy

US District Judge George King’s judicial praise of Wolf Haldenstein’s skilled litigators in the Happy Birthday litigation.

Buried Disclosure is Not Public Disclosure

Campbell- Ewald Fails Again to Pick-Off Plaintiff

Confidentiality Orders – Not So Confidential

A Fight to Make Two Classic Songs Copyright Free to You and Me

No one should have to pay for singing Happy Birthday ever again. Chief Judge George H. King, US District Court, Central District of California entered an order declaring that Happy Birthday! will be in the public domain.

Happy Birthday Lawyers Target Other Song Copyrights: The lawyers who teamed up by chance to bring the world’s most popular song into the public domain are now trying to do the same for “We Shall Overcome” and “This Land is Your Land.”

The Butler Now Involved in Effort to Free “We Shall Overcome” from Copyright

Who Owns Copyright to ‘This Land Is Your Land’? It May Be You and Me

Corporations control our cultural heritage. A lawsuit over a famous song could change that.

Supreme Court’s Opinion in Tyson Foods Allows Statistical Evidence

A Plaintiffs Attorney View Of Tyson Foods

WOLF HALDENSTEIN ADLER FREEMAN & HERZ LLP ANNOUNCES THAT RANDALL S. NEWMAN, ESQUIRE HAS JOINED THE FIRM AS A PARTNER. FIRM FILES WE SHALL OVERCOME FOUNDATION V. THE RICHMOND ORGANIZATION, INC. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK

Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP announces that the Firm has been appointed Lead Counsel For Consumers in the Packaged Seafood Products Antitrust Litigation

Collateral Attacks on Class Action Settlements Must Be Heard By Class Action Court

Happy Birthday Case Recognized by Billboard as Landmark Legal Dispute that Shook the Music Industry

Wolf Haldenstein Named One of 2016’s Top Plaintiffs’ Firms by The National Law Journal

Why the Supreme Court’s Next Mootness Decision Could Doom Rule 23’s Private Attorney General Paradigm

Thoughts On Post-Settlement Claims By Class Members

District Court Provides First Guidance on Class Plaintiff “Pick-Offs” After Supreme Court

Supreme Court Rules on Class Plaintiff “Pick Offs”

Happy Birthday Case Recognized as a Top Verdict of 2015 in California

Additional Thoughts On Class Plaintiff ‘Pick-Offs’

Bezdek v. Vibram USA, Inc. Opinion

Mark Rifkin Discusses Supreme Court Class Action Hearing on Bloomberg Law

WHAFH Partners, Janine L. Pollack and Rachele R. Rickert discuss careers and life at home

Judge Enters Historic Ruling on Copyright

Mark Rifkin Discusses Litigation Funding on Bloomberg Law.

Further Comments on Class Actions before the Supreme Court – Spokeo v. Robins

California Superior Court in Los Angeles has granted preliminary approval to a $92.5 million settlement in the case Ardon v. City of Los Angeles

Further Comments on Class Actions before the Supreme Court – Campbell-Ewald v. Gomez

Golf Clubs Away LLC vs. Hostway Corporation, Hostway Services, Inc. and Valueweb

Supreme Court to Hear Three Class Action Cases

Wolf Haldenstein files a class action relating to the Towers Watson merger with Willis Group in the Delaware Chancery Court

Naked Shorts Suit Gives High Court Chance To Curb States

Consumer Financial Protection Board — Arbitration Hearing

Wolf Haldenstein Partner, Janine Pollack, is featured in a Wall Street Journal article

The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Addressing Multiform Deal Litigation

The End Of Private Enforcement Of ERISA Plan Rights

Halliburton’s Middle Ground Still Promises Sweeping Change

Challenging the Supreme Court’s American Express Decision