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April 17, 2017

Daily Journal

By: Julia B. Strickland

Class action practice is unique in that reaching a settlement often does not signal the end of litigation, but rather the beginning of a new phase of litigation with objectors as adversaries to the settling parties.  In June 2016, the California Supreme Court granted review to decide whether an unnamed class member must first intervene, rather than simply object, before having standing to appeal in a final judgment.  Download the article to read more.

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