Jason is a partner in the Litigation Department of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Mr. Stiehl represents clients in complex commercial disputes involving trade secrets and restrictive covenants, unfair competition, corporate espionage, contract, and intellectual property claims in both state and federal court. He also has extensive nationwide class action experience, including involvement in multi-district litigation. Mr. Stiehl has successfully obtained and defended preliminary and permanent injunctions in several jurisdictions. His client experience includes nationwide representation in the pharmaceutical, consulting, banking, transportation, manufacturing, advertising, real estate, employment, medical equipment, computer, and automotive industries. His appellate experience includes presenting oral arguments before the Illinois Supreme Court.

WebinarOn Thursday, September 10 at 12:00 p.m. Central, Seyfarth attorneys Michael Burns, Robert Milligan and Jason Stiehl will present the second installment of our 2015 Class Action Webinar Series. Presenters will discuss the climate to help retailers avoid becoming targets of litigation. This webinar will provide an overview of the current class action lawsuit landscape

WebinarOn Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. Central, Jason P. Stiehl, Giovanna A. Ferrari and Jordan P. Vick will present the first installment of the 2015 Class Action Webinar series. They will provide a summary of key decisions from 2014, identify key trends for companies to watch for in 2015, as well as practical

CFPBOne of the largest issues to loom over the class action battlefield in the past decade has been the use of arbitration clauses in consumer contractual relationships.  As many know, and as discussed in our sister blog, Workplace Class Action Blog, the United States Supreme Court’s seminal 2011 decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion

Eleventh Circuit Rules Holds That Rule 68 Offers of Judgment to Named Plaintiffs Do Not Moot Their Ability to Represent a Putative Class. 

As many of our readers are aware, one strategy defense counsel use to dispose of a putative class action at an early stage in the litigation is to make an individual offer

This blog recently reported on developments in California regarding potential liability for businesses under California’s Call Recording and Monitoring Privacy Laws for recording or monitoring inbound and outbound telephone calls with customers or employees as well certification pitfalls to such cases.  Other states, such as Illinois, have similar criminal statutes related to the recording or

On Thursday, May 29, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. Central, Robert Milligan, Joseph Marra and Joshua Salinas will present the first installment of Seyfarth’s 2014 Class Action Webinar series, our class action attorneys will discuss how plaintiffs’ attorneys are increasingly filing class actions in California seeking to apply the state’s privacy laws to routine

As you may recall, on May 22, 2013, we reported on the Eighth Circuit’s opinion in Nack v. Walburg, Case No. 11-1460 (8th Cir. May 21, 2012), an opinion in which the court raised the specter of constitutionality issues in TCPA class actions.  However, the Eighth Circuit ultimately did not decide those key issues,

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California Penal Code Section 632 has provided a springboard to litigation related to the recording of telephone calls in the State of California.  Last week, in Hatisihi v. First American, Case No. B244769 (Cal. Ct. App. 2d Dist.), the California Court of Appeal affirmed the recent trend of class certification denials in

The United States District Court for the Central District of California recently ruled in Shaya Baird v. Sabre Inc., that a consumer who voluntarily provides a phone number in the process of completing a transaction thereby gives express consent for purposes of the consent defense to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”).  NO.2:13-cv-00999-SVW-JRP, 2014

First off, Happy New Year to our Blog Readers. Thank you for your patronage last year and we look forward to another year rolling over the legal class action landscape together.

As you may have recognized, either in reading our blog or simply reading the paper, a vast majority of the consumer class docket last