Class Action Issues Update: The Latest Developments and What Comes Next
As part of its work to preserve the effectiveness of antitrust class actions as a central component of ensuring the vitality of private antitrust enforcement, the American Antitrust Institute issues a periodic update on developments in the courts and elsewhere that may affect this important device for protecting competition, consumers and workers. AAI’s Laura Alexander is joined by Berger Montague’s Eric Cramer to discuss AAI’s Spring 2020 Class Action Issues Update.
They discuss nationwide jurisdiction, statistical analysis, class certification, and mass arbitration.
LAURA ALEXANDER, VICE PRESIDENT OF POLICY, AMERICAN ANTITRUST INSTITUTE
ERIC CRAMER, SHAREHOLDER, BERGER MONTAGUE
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Class Action Issues Update Spring 2020
Antitrust Experts Highlight New Data on Private U.S. Antitrust Enforcement, Emphasize its Vital Role in Compensating Victims and Deterring Illegal Conduct
Joshua P. Davis and Eric L. Cramer, “Antitrust, Class Certification, and the Politics of Procedure,” 17 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 969 (2010)