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Special Master to Dish Out Unclaimed Judgment Proceeds

There is no shortage of consumer class actions these days, but most of these cases are settled or dismissed. If trials are rare, trials of class actions are rarer, if only because of the stakes.    In 2017, Dish Network tried its luck with a jury in the Middle District…

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Happy New Year!

After a hiatus, Class Actions Brief is back in business and with an even deeper bench of contributors. Former North Carolina Solicitor General Matt Sawchak joined Robinson Bradshaw in 2020, and Matt now serves as one of our blog editors. He joins Class Actions Practice Group leaders David Wright and…

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Defendant Class Actions: A Unicorn Survival Guide

The Fourth Circuit’s opinion in Bell v. Brockett, No. 18-1149 (4th Cir. Apr. 25, 2019), posits that “[d]efendant class actions are so rare they have been compared to unicorns.” But what may be even rarer is an opinion, like Bell, in which a court opines on the fundamental and concerning…

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