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Casie Collignon to Present Program On Class Settlement Objections

Addressing class action settlement objections–including those made by so-called “professional” objectors, government agencies, and public interest groups–has become an increasingly important part of any class action litigator’s job.  On January 9th, our co-editor, Casie Collignon, and Bruce D. Greenburg of Lite DePalma Greenberg in Newark, N.J., will teach a CLE program that will review the trends in this area and outline strategies that counsel … Continue Reading

How to Design Your Notice to Minimize Professional Objectors

By: Steven Weisbrot, Director of Class Action Services at Kurtzman Carson Consultants (“KCC”) and Carla Peak, Director of Legal Notification Services at KCC.  The views expressed are their own. Whether you love them or hate them, class action objectors exist and more than a few of them are professionals, just waiting to pick apart your settlement for … Continue Reading
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