May 23, 2016

Stris & Maher Files Supreme Court Merits Brief in Microsoft v. Baker

Brendan Maher serves as counsel of record on behalf of a class of gamers in the closely watched Supreme Court case of Microsoft v. Baker. Our firm’s merits brief was filed on May 16. The case, which involves complex questions of class-action procedure and jurisdictional standing, will be argued in late 2016 or early 2017 by Peter Stris.

Related press coverage:
Microsoft Can’t Unplug Xbox Suit At High Court, Gamers Say (Law360, May 23, 2016) (subscription required)
High Court Told Xbox Owners Lack Stake In Defect Suit (Law360, March 21, 2016) (subscription required)
Supreme Court Delays Microsoft Class Action Arguments Until Next Term (National Law Journal, March 4, 2016) (subscription required)
U.S. High Court Will Consider Jurisdictional Debate In Xbox Suit (Lexis Legal News, January 19, 2016) (subscription required)
Supreme Court Takes Microsoft Appeal Over Class Action Revived From The Dead (Forbes, January 15, 2016)