Rule 23 changes are officially in effect. Are you prepared?
Amendments to Rule 23 went into effect on December 1, 2018 and include language that places digital class action notice on par with U.S. mail. In addition the amendments require additional information from counsel ahead of preliminary approval, impose objection limitations, and clarify final-settlement criteria.
To help class action practitioners across the country adjust to the new amendments and understand the impact on settlements – including getting court approval – we compiled a list of free resources, including downloadable guides from experts, and an on-demand webinar that explores the potential pitfalls of digital notice and the serious threat of advertising fraud.
Free Rule 23 Resources
- On-Demand Webinar: Are You Ready for the Digital Wild Wild West?
- Download: Digital Marketing Terms You Should Know
- Rule 23 Best Practices and Guidelines from Experts Around the Country
- ABA: The 2018 Amendments to the Federal Class Action Rule
- Senator Sounds an Alarm with FTC on Digital Ad Fraud
- Ad Fraud: It Can Happen to Your Class Action Notice
- These Postage Increases May Impact Your Class Action Settlement
- What Would Class Action Reform Mean for Notice Programs?