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Manufacturer’s Corner: Anatomy of a Limited Warranty (Part 5)

In the first four installments of this series, we covered the essential components of an effective limited warranty.  But each of those installments carried an important caveat: that you were not selling consumer goods.  In this fifth and final installment of the series, we turn our attention to additional warranty issues to consider when selling consumer goods.

Manufacturer’s Corner: Anatomy of a Limited Warranty (Part 4)

We pick up our discussion of effective limited warranties by addressing limitations of remedies.

Putative class action alleging United Airlines breached its frequent-flyer program is dismissed by the Seventh Circuit

The Seventh Circuit recently affirmed dismissal of a putative class action alleging that a major airline improperly calculated frequent-flyer miles.  In Han v. United Continental Holdings, Inc. et al., No. 13-3871, decided August 11, 2014, the plaintiff, Hongbo Han, filed a putative class action against United Air Lines, Inc. and related entities (“United”) alleging it breached the terms of its frequent-flyer program, called the “MileagePlus Program.”

Home builder’s Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy does not cover faulty workmanship of subcontractors

In the case of J-McDaniel Construction Co., Inc. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Company, the Eighth Circuit, applying Arkansas law, had occasion to explore the scope of a home builder’s coverage under its Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy. No. 13-267, August 4, 2014.

Manufacturer’s Corner: Anatomy of a Limited Warranty (Part 3)

In our last installment in this series, we looked at the express warranty portion of an effective limited warranty.  We now turn our attention to the importance of shortening the limitations period for bringing a warranty claim.  Please remember that, for our purposes here, we’re assuming a non-consumer sale.

Manufacturing Custom-made Goods in the United States

Pat and I recently had the opportunity to publish an article with Practical Law, called “Manufacturing Custom-made Goods in the United States.”

Manufacturer’s Corner: Anatomy of a Limited Warranty (Part 2)

In our last installment, I introduced the importance of making your warranty terms clear.  Now, we turn to the specifics, beginning with the express warranty itself.  Here are some of the boxes you need to check when reviewing your express warranty.

Are federal courts committing a FCRA violation when lawyers pay filing fees online?

Fellow federal practitioners, could something most of us do on a regular basis be a money making opportunity we’ve simply overlooked? An enterprising lawyer in the Northern District of Illinois thought so.  Unfortunately, in the case of Bormes v. United States of America, No. 13-1602, (7th Circuit), handed down July 22, 2014, the Seventh Circuit answered in the negative.

Antitrust “market allocation” claims against nation’s two biggest grocery wholesalers survive summary judgment

In In re: Wholesale Grocery Products Antitrust Litigation, No. 13-1297 (May 21, 2014), the Eighth Circuit allowed an antitrust case brought by a small town, family owned grocery store in Iowa, D&G, Inc.,[1] to continue against the nation’s two largest wholesale distributors, SuperValu, Inc. and C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc., finding disputed facts prevented summary judgment.

Update on rideshare battle in St. Louis: Court issues preliminary injunction against Lyft

I previously wrote about the legal battle in St. Louis brought by Metropolitan Taxicab Commission (“MTC”) against the rideshare app company Lyft in the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis, Missouri, Case No. 1422-CC0089-01. My comment can be found here.
As I discussed, the court entered a temporary restraining order prohibiting Lyft from operating in St. Louis and St. Louis County. On July 14, 2014, the court again ruled in favor of the MTC, granting a preliminary injunction prohibiting Lyft from operating in the St. Louis area until a final decision is reached on the merits of the case.

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