Brinker International, Inc. filed an appeal after a district court certified two classes against the company in a case where there is no evidence that the vast majority of putative class members suffered either an actual or imminent risk of injury.
May 5, 2021
The Restaurant Law Center and its co-amici filed a motion for leave along with a brief in support of petitioner, arguing that no-injury class actions are pursued solely to exert pressure on defendants to settle, regardless of the merits.
May 17, 2021
The plaintiffs submitted a response in opposition to the Restaurant Law Center’s Motion For Leave to file its amicus brief.