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Class Actions 2024 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER This is an essential handbook about representing classes in a class action.

PRE-ORDER

Class actions carry the potential for substantial payouts, but it is a long road with many twists and turns. This handbook provides attorneys and judges a road map to help navigate the process from potential claims to settlement. Experienced practitioners impart their knowledge of pleadings, motions, and orders; multidistrict actions; shareholder derivate suits; the purposes and prerequisites of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23, and the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005. Also provided are forms, such as a sample protective order and a sample form of stipulation of settlement, for the reader’s convenience.

Chapter 1 — Historical Perspective
Aphrodite Kokolis, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Rule 23 Purposes and Prerequisites
Thomas E. Quinn, Jenner & Block LLP, Brienne M. Letourneau, White & Case LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Investigation and Development of Class Cases
Clint Krislov, Krislov & Associates, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 4 — Discovery
William E. Meyer, Jr., and Vincent Paul Formica, Jr., Fuksa Khorshid, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Class Action Notices Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23
Howard S. Suskin & Reanne Zheng, Jenner & Block LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Providing Notice of a Class Action
W. Jason Rankin, Helper Broom, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Discretionary and Settlement Notices Under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 23(c) – 23(e)
Charles R. Watkins, Guin, Stokes & Evans, LLC,and Matthew T. Heffner, Heffner Hurst, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Pleadings, Motions, and Orders
Reginald D. Cloyd, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis, IN

Chapter 9 — State Practice: Illinois’ Class Action Statute
Kevin R. Malloy, Forde & O'Meara LLP, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Settlement Procedures, Negotiations, and Agreements Under State and Federal Rules
Nickolas J. Hagman, Cafferty Clobes Meriwether & Sprengel LLP, Chicago

Chapter 11 — Settlement and Consideration (Notice, Standards of Judicial Evaluation, Settlement Hearing, and Judgment and Appeal)
Michael T. Brody and Paul B. Rietema, Jenner & Block LLP, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Complex and Multidistrict Actions
Daniel R. Campbell, McDermott Will & Emery LLP, & Adam Safer, Riley Safer Holmes & Cancila LLP, Chicago

Chapter 13 — Procedural Aspects of Shareholder Derivative Suits in Illinois
Kevin R. Malloy, Forde & O'Meara LLP, Chicago

Chapter 14 — The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005
Aphrodite Kokolis, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Attorneys’ Fees in Class Actions
Clint Krislov, Krislov & Associates, Ltd., Chicago

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      PRE-ORDER

      Class actions carry the potential for substantial payouts, but it is a long road with many twists and turns. This handbook provides attorneys and judges a road map to help navigate the process from potential claims to settlement. Experienced practitioners impart their knowledge of pleadings, motions, and orders; multidistrict actions; shareholder derivate suits; the purposes and prerequisites of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23, and the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005. Also provided are forms, such as a sample protective order and a sample form of stipulation of settlement, for the reader’s convenience.

      Chapter 1 — Historical Perspective
      Aphrodite Kokolis, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 2 — Rule 23 Purposes and Prerequisites
      Thomas E. Quinn, Jenner & Block LLP, Brienne M. Letourneau, White & Case LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 3 — Investigation and Development of Class Cases
      Clint Krislov, Krislov & Associates, Ltd., Chicago

      Chapter 4 — Discovery
      William E. Meyer, Jr., and Vincent Paul Formica, Jr., Fuksa Khorshid, LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 5 — Class Action Notices Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23
      Howard S. Suskin & Reanne Zheng, Jenner & Block LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 6 — Providing Notice of a Class Action
      W. Jason Rankin, Helper Broom, LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 7 — Discretionary and Settlement Notices Under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 23(c) – 23(e)
      Charles R. Watkins, Guin, Stokes & Evans, LLC,and Matthew T. Heffner, Heffner Hurst, Chicago

      Chapter 8 — Pleadings, Motions, and Orders
      Reginald D. Cloyd, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis, IN

      Chapter 9 — State Practice: Illinois’ Class Action Statute
      Kevin R. Malloy, Forde & O'Meara LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 10 — Settlement Procedures, Negotiations, and Agreements Under State and Federal Rules
      Nickolas J. Hagman, Cafferty Clobes Meriwether & Sprengel LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 11 — Settlement and Consideration (Notice, Standards of Judicial Evaluation, Settlement Hearing, and Judgment and Appeal)
      Michael T. Brody and Paul B. Rietema, Jenner & Block LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 12 — Complex and Multidistrict Actions
      Daniel R. Campbell, McDermott Will & Emery LLP, & Adam Safer, Riley Safer Holmes & Cancila LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 13 — Procedural Aspects of Shareholder Derivative Suits in Illinois
      Kevin R. Malloy, Forde & O'Meara LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 14 — The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005
      Aphrodite Kokolis, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 15 — Attorneys’ Fees in Class Actions
      Clint Krislov, Krislov & Associates, Ltd., Chicago

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