The Northern District of California is the fourth-busiest district in the country, and maintains an influential presence in other district courts. In 2018, the district updated its Procedural Guidance for Class Action Settlements, in an effort to standardize reporting processes and memorialize the call for detailed transparency.
We've included several valuable class action resources you can access below to help you successfully navigate the new guidelines. Our leadership team is also available to answer any specific questions you may have and welcomes the opportunity to connect. Chat with them today by emailing email@example.com.
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Post-distribution accounting as per the Northern District of California Procedural Guidelines for Class Action Settlements requires a shift in how data is reported to class members and the Courts throughout the administration period. Read more.
Practitioners should be aware that effective email notice needs to keep pace with evolving consumer behaviors, which are driven by transformative changes in the media and the digital device environment. Read more.
These guidelines, which are the most detailed in any court system in the country, outline expectations for settlement administrators as well as class counsel. Read more.
Consumer cases cover a broad range of settlement types and vary greatly in size, visibility, class demographics, and more. Here are some considerations to help you develop a well-planned strategy. Read more.
The class action industry is large and sometimes difficult to navigate. If you’re an attorney looking for a place to start, look no further. Even if you’ve been in the game for decades, these free resources are designed to help you navigate a class action settlement from start to finish. Read more.
The bid process to find a class action settlement administrator doesn’t need to be frustrating. There are several steps you can take, and questions you can ask, that will lead you to an apples-to-apples comparison among administrators and their pricing. Read More.