This article provides practical steps to respond to an Eleventh Circuit ruling challenging extra recoveries for class action named plaintiffs—a ruling that could otherwise have serious consequences for the prosecution of consumer class actions. The article also includes other class action practice tips.
The article explains how the Supreme Court’s Ramirez ruling should breathe new life into state court class actions, with advice on pursuing such state court class actions. The article describes invaluable class action practice tools from some of today’s most successful consumer class action practitioners, including free written submissions from past Consumer Class Action Symposiums and detailed analyses found in NCLC’s Consumer Class Actions. Co-counseling opportunities are explained.