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The Changing Landscape in U.S. Antitrust Class Actions

BY | January 18, 2016

By Dean Hansell and William L. Monts III No longer are antitrust damages class actions routinely certified with little factual inquiry, forcing defendants into settlements of potentially marginal claims. Rather,…

No longer are antitrust damages class actions routinely certified with little factual inquiry, forcing defendants into settlements of potentially marginal claims. Rather, the courts focus extensively now on whether named plaintiffs can prove injury to class members on the entire class before permitting cases to proceed on a class basis.

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