HB Ad Slot
HB Mobile Ad Slot
Class Action Litigation Newsletter | 1st Quarter 2024
Monday, June 3, 2024

Highlights from this issue include:

  • Southern District of New York denies class certification, finding significant credibility issues make proposed class representatives inadequate.
     
  • Fourth Circuit reverses denial of motion to dismiss interconnected to class certification on interlocutory appeal under Rule 23(f).
     
  • Fourth Circuit reaffirms ascertainability requirement based on prior panel rulings.
     
  • Seventh Circuit affirms sanctions against defendants for interfering with the class notice process by communicating directly with class members and urging them to opt out.
     
  • Ninth Circuit issues two opinions addressing “express aiming” of interactive websites for purposes of personal jurisdiction.
     
  • Eleventh Circuit reverses denial of class certification, finding predominance requirement could be met because Fair Credit Reporting Act does not require plaintiffs to show actual damages.
Continue reading the full GT Class Action Litigation Newsletter | 
1st Quarter 2024

Ashley A. LeBlanc, Aaron Van Nostrand, Kara E. Angeletti, Blake M. Bailus, Angela C. Bunnell, Andrea N. Chidyllo, and Quinn Ford also contributed to this article.

HB Ad Slot
HB Mobile Ad Slot
HB Ad Slot
HB Mobile Ad Slot
HB Ad Slot
HB Mobile Ad Slot
 

NLR Logo

We collaborate with the world's leading lawyers to deliver news tailored for you. Sign Up to receive our free e-Newsbulletins

 

Sign Up for e-NewsBulletins