Thursday, April 17, 2008

Class Action Watch Issue

The Federalist Society has posted the March 2008 issue of Class Action Watch.  Articles include the following:

Cy Pres Settlements by Theodore H. Frank (AEI)

The Supreme Court Rejects "Scheme Liability" in Securities Class Actions by Larry Obhof (Kirkland & Ellis)

Dukes, et al. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.: Ninth Circuit Affirms Largest Employment Discrimination Class in History by John Beisner, Evelyn Becker & Karl Thompson (all of O'Melveny & Myers)

The Problem of Class Action Tolling in Mass Tort Personal Injury Litigation by Jessica Davidson Miller & Geoffrey Wyatt (both of O'Melveny & Myers)

FACTA Truncation: Applicable to the Digital World? by Shawn J. Organ (Jones Day)

Silberblatt v. Morgan Stanley: Class Action Court Protects Unnamed Class Members by Jack Park (Spec. Asst. for Inspector Gen. for Corp. for Nat'l & Community Service)

"Reverse Bifurcation" Approach to Punitive Damages Trials in West Virgina by Mark A. Behrens & Christopher E. Appel (both of Shook Hardy)


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