The New Consensus on Class Certification: What it Means for the Use of Economic and Statistical Evidence in Meeting the Requirements of Rule 23
David Evans ()
Antitrust Chronicle, 2010, vol. 1
This note summarizes the consensus that is emerging and describes the sorts of analyses that will prove critical in seeking or opposing the certification of a particular class.
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