Class Actions: The Law of 50 States
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“State and federal court class action practitioners alike will find Class Actions: The Law of 50 States to be an invaluable reference tool.” —Class Action Reports
Class Actions: The Law of 50 States is an up-to-date step-by-step guide to: identifying a potential class action; determining ex parte class certification; conducting pre-certification discovery; selecting a proper class representative; preparing pleadings and pre-certification motion papers; responding to motions and counterclaims; fulfilling requirements for class certification; delivering timely and proper notice to class members; pursuing the case through discovery and trial, or settling the case and winning the court's approval; and satisfying the rigorous guidelines governing fee awards.
This comprehensive resource analyzes the effect of the Supreme Courts decision in Rent-A-Center v. Jackson in future class action cases. The advantages and disadvantages of noncash settlements and suggestions for avoiding problems with class counsel fees are discussed. Also featured is an explanation of settlement stipulations, aggregation and distribution of settlement coupons and cy pres settlements.
Book #00606; looseleaf, one volume, 961 pages; published in 1988, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-045-6
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Background to Class Action Litigation
§ 1.01 The Nature and Purpose of the Class Action
 United States Federal Courts
 State Courts
§ 1.04 Rules