February 01, 2016

Practical Aspects of Communicating with a Class: A Plaintiff’s Perspective

Lucas Homer

In the day-to-day work of complex litigation, there are many different manifestations of the word “complex.” This includes communicating with clients and putative class members, the lion’s share of which is conducted by young attorneys. With some diligence, you can go from client questionnaires to settlement checks without gaining too many grey hairs (let’s not pretend they’re avoidable).

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