Must You Take "No" for an Answer?

By Martin Woodward – May 21, 2019 | Options after an adverse Rule 23(f) ruling in theory and practice.

A Circuit Split Arises over the Admissibility of Evidence on Class Certification

By Fred Burnside and Lauren Rainwater – May 21, 2019 | The Ninth Circuit broke from its sister courts in concluding that evidence considered on a motion for class certification need not be admissible evidence.

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Ninth Circuit Upholds Point of Sale Damages Theory in Products Liability Class Action

By Jason Kellogg – August 23, 2019 | The case involves faulty clutches in new Nissan vehicles.


Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives on the Implications of the First Circuit’s Asacol Decision

By Britta Stamps, Brad Bodamer, Adam Polk, and Scott Grzenczyk – December 12, 2018 | Britta Stamps and Brad Bodamer offer the defendants' perspective on the First Circuit's recent class certification decision in the In re Asacol Antitrust Litigation, while Adam Polk and Scott Grzenczyk provide insights on the decision from the plaintiffs' side.

Interview Series: Women in Class Actions (Part 2)

By Lindsay Breedlove and Jan Levine – April 17, 2018 | In Part 2 of our interview series, Jan Levine, a partner at Pepper Hamilton LLP in Philadelphia, sat down with Lindsay Breedlove, also a litigator at Pepper Hamilton, to share her experience as a member of the class action defense bar with significant leadership experience in large class actions. (15:47)

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