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Zarish Baig is an associate in our Litigation Practice, managing a wide variety of cases, including data privacy, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, breach of contract, white collar criminal matters, and internal and government investigations.

Before joining the firm, Zarish worked as a litigator in a mid-sized firm in the San Francisco Bay Area; and prior to that, as a litigator in Calgary, Canada. Zarish has experience representing clients from all over the world.

Zarish is a skilled trial lawyer and has participated in all stages of litigation on behalf of her clients. Zarish focuses her practice on reaching the best results for her clients in the most cost-effective and time-efficient manner. Litigation may not always be the right approach, and Zarish uses tailored case resolution processes to respond to each of her clients’ needs.

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Supplemental jurisdiction, in simple terms, is a statutory tool that enables federal district courts to entertain claims not otherwise within their adjudicatory authority. The claims however should be “so related to claims . . .[in the federal-court case] that they form part of the same case or controversy.” (28 U.S. Code § 1367 et seq.)

Yahoo!’s data breach class action is finally being put to rest. Last month, the Northern District of California approved the proposed $117.5M settlement to resolve the claims of approximately 194 million class members in In re Yahoo! Inc. Customer Data Sec. Breach Litig., No. 16-MD-02752-LHK, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 129939 (N.D. Cal. July 22,

The Credit Reporting Resource Guide (“CRRG”) is a resource guide prepared by the Consumer Data Industry Association that provides codes that facilitate compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). (Learn more here.) Courts in the Sixth Circuit have previously established that the CRRG is not dispositive on FCRA compliance. Thus, when Plaintiff tried

Just a few weeks ago, the Honorable Laurie J. Michelson of the Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division commented on the high number of identical lawsuits against Michigan First, covered here. Unfortunately, it did not take very long for Michigan First to be dragged into court again (See Euring v. Equifax Info. Servs.,

  1. Imagine there is a company that knows every dollar you deposit or withdraw, every dollar you charge or pay to your credit card, and every dollar you put away for retirement, within hours after you make the transaction. Imagine this includes every book or movie ticket or meal you purchase, every bill you pay to

Earlier this year, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) established a Taskforce to assist with the improvement and oversight of existing federal consumer financial laws. According to the CFPB, the Taskforce “is charged with developing recommendations on harmonizing, modernizing, and updating the Federal consumer financial laws, as well as identifying gaps in knowledge that

On Friday, after reviewing Plaintiff’s credit reports which were ordered by the Court last month, the Honorable Laurie J. Michelson, dismissed Plaintiff’s claims against Michigan First, concluding there was no inaccurate or misleading reporting. (See Rider v. Equifax Info. Servs. LLC, No. 2:19-cv-13660, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 99265, at *2 (E.D. Mich. June

“It appears that there are at least eight cases in this District where the plaintiffs make the same claims against Michigan First. And in each case, the plaintiffs are represented by the same counsel. And in each case, Michigan First is represented by the same counsel,” the Honorable Laurie J. Michelson of the Eastern District