Welcome to the first installment of Alston & Bird’s Class Action Round-Up—we’re calling it “Where the (Class) Action Is.” Each quarter, we will review class decisions across the spectrum of litigation—from antitrust to consumer fraud to labor and employment—and will report about unique or important rulings in short, easy-to-read summaries. Our goal is to provide you with a handy resource for following (and storing for future use) class cases across the full range of subject-matter areas. This isn’t meant to serve purely as a source of aggregated information, but rather to highlight those cases that reveal trends (or possible trends) in class litigation—and to do it with a distinctive Alston & Bird spin.
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