Technology provides the plaintiffs’ bar with effective tools to collaborate and recruit individuals to serve as class representatives, adding another dimension to already creative and aggressive class action litigation. To navigate this ever-increasing litigious environment, our Class Action Blog provides the insight and analysis of breaking news, significant judicial decisions, and new laws, rules, and policies that clients need to minimize litigation exposure and, if necessary, develop cost-effective litigation strategies.
Kilpatrick Townsend’s Class Action Defense Team represents some of the nation’s largest corporations in federal and state court. Whether through risk management before a case is filed — by implementing compulsory arbitration clauses and class action waivers and other effective consumer-facing terms and conditions; by aggressively contesting liability early in a case; by pursuing an early settlement strategy; or by seeking to defeat class certification — we know what it takes for a business to effectively and efficiently deal with this perilous form of litigation.
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