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The Enhanced Scrutiny of Class Definitions Under the Ascertainability Requirement: An Additional Hurdle for Plaintiffs or an Increased Burden for Defendants?

On August 9, 2013 by Schnader

The Alert discusses recent appellate authority on class certification. As the Alert explains, courts are taking a closer look at whether class members can be identified from the class definition the plaintiff proposes and from the records available to the parties.

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This Alert was republished by AIG in the Fall 2013 edition of Legal Insights.

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