Class Action Litigation

Class actions, designed initially to consolidate similar lawsuits into one large collective action, have become expensive and time-consuming, and are used by plaintiffs’ lawyers to force companies to settle regardless of the case having merit. Consumers get pennies on the dollar while plaintiffs’ lawyers, the system’s actual beneficiaries, get massive payouts.

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New ILR Research: Fact Or Fiction: Ensuring The Integrity Of Expert Testimony

Expert testimony is often crucial in complex civil cases, and a ruling on whether an expert’s proposed testimony is admissible can be the difference between the dismissal of thousands of product…

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