Dallas, TX (EMAILWIRE.COM, August 04, 2011 )–Board Certified Personal Injury Attorney James Shoecraft Joins Wilson Trosclair & Lovins, PLLC As Of Counsel.
“We believe that Jim Shoecraft’s 46 years of experience as a Dallas personal injury attorney is a huge asset to our firm and to our clients,” said Partner Pete Trosclair. “The experience one acquires from representing the interests of everyday people over such an extended period of time is immense, and we are thrilled that he decided to be a part of our firm,” added Partner Michael Lovins.” Read the rest of the article here.
San Jose, CA (April 7, 2011) – WTL Attorney Jeremy Wilson Appointed to Executive Committee in In Re iPhone Application Litigation, United States District Court, Northern District of California.
“On April 7, 2011, Judge Lucy Koh appointed Scott Kamber of Kamberlaw, LLC as interim class counsel in In Re Iphone Application Litigation. The Court also appointed an Executive Committee to assist in the litigation of this matter. The Executive Committee members include Jeremy Wilson of Wilson Trosclair & Lovins, PLLC, Robert Shlequist of Lockridge, Grindal, Mauen, PLLP, and Jeff Westerman of MIlberg, LLP. William Audet of Audet & Partners, LLP is appointed as Plaintiffs’ liason counsel.” The Order can be viewed here.
Information Law Group Blog 01/18/2011: WTL Involved In Many Of The Current Class Actions Shaping Internet Privacy.
“2010. What a year for data security and privacy, and the law. Choose whatever story you want… I am having trouble thinking of a week (perhaps even a day) in 2010 where there was not a big privacy or data security story reported at a major media outlet. In fact, it is difficult to come up with an issue in 2010 (except perhaps “the economy” or the healthcare debate) that became more firmly lodged in the public consciousness than privacy and data security.” Read More.
Washington Post 12/28/2010: WTL Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Apple And Iphone Application Makers Over Privacy Concerns.
“Consumers who say their personal information has been sent to advertisers without their knowledge have launched a legal battle against Apple and the makers of some of its most popular apps, the latest skirmish in the fight over the boundaries of privacy online.”
Dallas Observer 12/29/10: Dallas Attorneys Take On Apple, App Makers.
“Last week in U.S. District Court in California,….West End-dwelling personal-injury attorney Jeremy Wilson filed a class-action suit in which three locals, among others, claim that Apple and the makers of some iPhone apps are invading their privacy.”
“The claims in this matter concern Defendants’ intentional exploitation of software on Plaintiffs’ mobile devices for the purpose of tracking Plaintiffs’ internet activities” Read More.
Dallas Busines Law Blog 4/24/2009: Privacy Suit Against Blockbuster Video Continues.
“A federal judge in Dallas has kept alive a woman’s lawsuit against Blockbuster and the way it offers information to the social networking site Facebook by denying the movie rental giant’s request to move the case to arbitration, an attorney for the plaintiff said Tuesday.” Read More
Dallas Busines Journal 4/22/2009: Attorney Jeremy Wilson Defeats Blockbuster’s Arbitration Provision, Keeps Lawsuit Alive.
“A federal judge in Dallas has kept alive a woman’s lawsuit against Blockbuster and the way it offers information to the social networking site Facebook by denying the movie rental giant’s request to move the case to arbitration, an attorney for the plaintiff said Tuesday. Jeremy R. Wilson, one of the plaintiff’s attorney’s in the class-action lawsuit, said U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Lynn held that Blockbuster’s online arbitration agreement would not hold because the agreement allows Blockbuster too much discretion in manipulating its terms.” Read More
Wired 11/06/2009: Lawsuit Accuses Facebook Of Conspiring To Break Video-Privacy Law.
“A Texas woman has filed a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming the company conspired with Blockbuster to violate a federal law protecting customer video-rental and sale records.” Read More