Boeing 737 Max 8 passengers urged a Texas federal judge in a heavily redacted motion Wednesday to certify two classes each composed of millions of flyers in their racketeering suit accusing Southwest Airlines and Boeing of scheming to inflate ticket prices for flights on unsafe Boeing jets.

A federal judge in the Eastern District of Texas sustained ticket-holder overcharge claims against Boeing and Southwest Airlines for covering up defects with the 737 MAX 8 Aircraft. BD is lead counsel for the putative class of ticket holders.

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App developers brought antitrust claims against Facebook for their attempt to monopolize the social data and social advertising markets, including through their destruction of core developer platform functionality and the acquisition and ongoing integration of Instagram and WhatsApp.

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Capital One Customers sued in Federal Court in the Eastern District of Virginia to stop Capital One and Amazon from storing years of consumer data on Amazon's vulnerable AWS servers and to recoup overcharges for interest and fees charged as part of a scheme to defraud investors.

BD, lead counsel in the ticket-holder suit against Boeing and Southwest opposed Southwest's bid for an extraordinary interlocutory appeal to the Fifth Circuit. 

 Boeing and Southwest Airlines customers sparred Monday over whether the aerospace giant can claim privilege by using international aviation standards as a legal shield to withhold information on the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes in a Texas racketeering case concerning the 737 Max.