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From detailed checklists to in-depth white papers, this eBook is everything you need to fill your tool belt. Whether you're new to the class action space or a seasoned class action litigator, you'll find use for this free resource. Download now.
From handling class data to learning about how updates to technology impact how we interact with email, this free guide covers everything you need to know about email for your class action notice campaign and how to avoid costly obstacles. Read now.
A class action fairness hearing is the court’s final opportunity to determine whether the proposed settlement is fair, reasonable, adequate, and not based on collusion. Read more.
Rule 23 changes are officially in effect. Are you prepared? Amendments to Rule 23 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. Read more.
There are several ways class action settlement funds are divided and distributed among class members. The distribution method is spelled out in the settlement agreement. Read more.
Consulting with a settlement administrator prior to filing preliminary approval may shed light on potential obstacles in steps such as the plan of allocation, class definitions, and more. Read more.
Our clients work directly with our leadership from the first handshake through the end of a case. Cases are not passed down to junior employees, and our leaders are well-versed in every single aspect of the settlement administration. Read More.