- June 25, 2020
Litigation’s premature gold rush: are opt-out representative actions the new norm?
On 24 January 1848, James W. Marshall discovered gold at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California. In the months that followed, California’s population ballooned from roughly 15,000 to 300,000 as migrants from the rest of United States (US) and abroad moved there in the hope of starting anew, working hard and making great wealth. In the … Continue reading Litigation’s premature gold rush: are opt-out representative actions the new norm? →
- October 4, 2019
To GLO or not to GLO: a funder’s perspective
It is undeniable that dealing with multiple claimants is a challenge. One of those challenges is deciding how to structure the litigation. Do you flood the court and the defendant(s) with separate claim forms for each claimant? Do you choose a claimant who shares the same interests as others in the group to act as … Continue reading To GLO or not to GLO: a funder’s perspective →