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Lawyers Sound Off on First-in-a-Decade Class Action Changes

A professional objector arrested at a Red Roof Inn. A plaintiff who bought 35 cell phones and phone numbers just to troll for lawsuits. And a futuristic vision of class notices that sound like they’re straight out of the film “Minority Report.”  These are some of the real-world stories and predictions showcased in dozens of public comments responding to a slate of proposed amendments to a rule governing class actions—the first changes to be put forth since 2003. [Read more…]