Katherine Weaver discusses the Ninth Circuit's refusal in Olean v. Bumble Bee Foods LLC "to adopt a per se rule prohibiting class certification when the putative class contains more than a de minimis number of uninjured class members" and concludes that "lower courts grappling with this issue in the future should take into account the Seventh Circuit’s opinion in Mussat v. IQVIA, Inc." and treat classes as an "entity."
Privacy Peg, Trade Hole: Why We (Still) Shouldn’t Put Data Privacy in Trade Law
Responding to Profs. Chander & Schwartz’s Privacy and/or Trade, Profs. Kristina Irion, Margot E. Kaminski & Svetlana Yakovleva argue that “international trade as a regime is fundamentally the wrong forum for striking a balance” between “the free flow of information and the protection of data privacy.”