Kamaraju Explains Use Of Classified Info In Trials

Pryor Cashman Partner Sidhardha “Sid” Kamaraju, co-chair of the Regulatory Enforcement + Securities Litigation Practice, spoke with Politico about the rules around classified information and documents in trials.

In “How to hold a public trial when the key evidence is classified,” Sid explains that only certain people can have access to the info:

“Usually when you have cases involving classified information, there’s sort of a small bucket of defense lawyers who handle that because they either already have […]

By | June 19th, 2023 ||

Lawsuit Questions Use Of Carbon Offsets To Substantiate Green Claims

Plaintiffs recently filed a class action lawsuit against Delta, alleging that the airline’s “carbon-neutral” claims, such as: “Carbon Neutral Since March 2020,” and “travel confidently knowing that we will offset the carbon emitted on your Delta flight,” are misleading because they are based on unreliable carbon offsets. The complaint does much more than challenge Delta’s specific claims, though. The plaintiffs claim that “nearly all offsets issued by the voluntary carbon market overpromise and underdeliver […]

By | June 16th, 2023 ||

The Importance Of Protecting Your Business Against Class Action Lawsuits

Class action lawsuits are a fact of life in the U.S. These types of suits can be brought by any party-including individuals and small businesses-and they allow plaintiffs to sue on behalf of a group or class (hence their name) based on an alleged violation of law or regulation. Class action lawsuits can be used to right wrongs through litigation and help protect consumer rights, but they can also pose a significant risk to […]

By | June 14th, 2023 ||