Employees’ Electronic Data Must Be Protected

Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that companies now have a common law duty to protect employee data if it is electronically stored. Read more here about possible future litigation in Pennsylvania.

Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation

In re Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation, No. 12-md-02311 (E.D. Mich.) Important information: There have been recent developments in this litigation (more details on the nature of the litigation are set forth below). Proposed settlements in the Wire Harness Litigation with the G.S. Electech and Tokai Rika Defendants were preliminarily approved by the Court on October 21, 2016. The Court… Read More


Chavez v. Netflix, Inc., Case No. CGC-484334 (Cal. Super. Ct.) This class action charged that Netflix falsely advertised “unlimited” DVDs and “one-day delivery” in violation of California’s consumer protection laws. The case settled on a classwide basis, and the court preliminarily approved the terms of the settlement. As relief to the class, the settlement provided… Read More


In re Sepracor Corp. Securities Litigation, No. 02-12238-MEL (D. Mass.) KSG is one of the counsel in this securities fraud class action on behalf of all persons who purchased common stock and call options, or sold put options of Sepracor, Inc., between May 17, 1999, and March 6, 2002, inclusive. The defendants are Sepracor, Timothy… Read More

Currency Conversion Fee

In re Currency Conversion Fee Antitrust Litigation, MDL 1409 (S.D.N.Y.) This class action claims that major banks combined to set the fees charged to consumers on cards used abroad, in violation of the antitrust laws. KSG has worked closely with one of the co-lead counsel on briefing, factual, and expert discovery. Request more information from Robert… Read More