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Bryant D. Wright

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Bryant Wright earned his J.D. from Duke University, where he was President of the Black Law Students Association and a member of the Duke Law First Amendment clinic. While at Duke, he worked as a legal intern for the Southern Center for Human Rights.

Prior to law school, Bryant taught middle school Social Studies and Language Arts in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

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Seventh Circuit Sides with Plaintiffs in Appeal of “100% Grated Parmesan Cheese” Claims

The Seventh Circuit recently reversed a district court’s dismissal of a class action false advertising complaint, holding that an ingredient list’s disclosure of components other than parmesan cheese did not foreclose the possibility of reasonable consumers being deceived by a “100% Grated Parmesan Cheese” front label claim.  Bell v. Publix Super Markets, Nos. 19-2581 & … Continue Reading

Ninth Circuit Credits Arbitration Clause and Class Action Waiver in Experian Advertising Suit

In a putative class action concerning Experian’s marketing of its “Experian Credit Score” service, the Ninth Circuit recently affirmed a lower court order granting Experian’s motion to compel arbitration based on an arbitration clause in its terms and conditions. That arbitration clause also included a class action waiver, thus effectively barring plaintiff from bringing her … Continue Reading

Split Eleventh Circuit Panel Eliminates Incentive Awards for Class Representatives

Recently, in a split decision, the Eleventh Circuit reversed a district court’s incentive award to the named plaintiff in a class action alleging willful violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. In doing so, it may have rung the death knell on class action incentive awards in that Circuit. Dickenson v. NPAS Solutions, No. 18-12344 … Continue Reading

Court Decides Motion to Dismiss Crystal Light “No Artificial Flavors” Labeling Suit Lacks Juice

Last month, Judge Dale S. Fischer of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California denied Kraft Heinz’s motion to dismiss a putative nationwide class action alleging Kraft falsely advertised its “Crystal Light” drink products as containing no artificial flavors when, according to plaintiffs, they contain synthetic DL-Malic Acid. Narguess Noohi v. The … Continue Reading
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