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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Master Financial, Inc. v. Crowder

... In some of the class action cases, a third category of defendant (non-holder defendants) was added. ... The court also held that the class action plaintiffs had no cause of action against the non-holder defendants, which had no connection with any of those plaintiffs or their loans. ...

ANNE ARUNDEL CTY. v. Halle Development, Inc.

... The County appeals a judgment permitting the respondents to proceed with a class action to obtain a refund of fees that the County did not expend or encumber by the end of the sixth fiscal year following collection. ... III. The Propriety Of Class Action Certification. ...

Silbersack v. ACandS, Inc.

... In that regard, two things are relevant. First, appellants had every opportunity to 863 sue the tobacco defendants years ago, and, in fact, they did so as part of the class action suit in Philip Morris v. Angeletti, supra. We did not ...