Randy Mullendore

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Randy defends clients in class action, commercial product liability and insurance litigation. Randy's business litigation work comprises class action lawsuits, shareholder disputes, lender liability claims, secured lender representation, business interruption and property damage claims, insurance coverage disputes and contract litigation. In his product liability practice, Randy exerts specific strategic counsel in defense of firearm and ammunition products; chemical, industrial and toxic tort litigation; and serious personal injury and wrongful death cases.

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Gomez v. Campbell-Ewald Co., 768 F.3d 871 (9th Cir., 2014), cert. granted, 2015 WL 246885 (2015). This week’s grant of certiorari in Gomez presents the possibility for major changes in the defense of class actions involving relatively small individual damages. Gomez filed a class action after receiving an unsolicited text message from Campbell, a marketer for the US Navy. Gomez claims the text violates the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Before the District Court…
Listen to the podcast Every week there is news of yet another significant cyber-security breach.  Virtually every business is at risk.  Jeff Jensen recently presented a podcast in which he provided 10 questions that company directors and executives should be asking their IT and internal audit staff in order to assess their company’s level of preparedness for a security breach.  In this podcast, Randy Mullendore picks up on another critical preparedness aspect:  preparing a pre-breach…
Almost every day brings a new report of a significant cyber-security breach. National retailers, large financial institutions, and local entities large and small have been recent victims of cyber-hacking. Financial institutions, health care providers, and retailers are frequent targets of cyber warfare, but virtually every business is at risk. The St. Louis Business Journal’s Oct. 10-16, 2014, cover story, “Why no company is safe in the age of cyber warfare,” (Felt, Brian) reports the…