Calif. High Court Sets New Class ‘Ascertainability’ Standard

The California Supreme Court ruled Monday that Golden State judges don’t need to require plaintiffs to show how they plan to identify and notify individual class members before certifying a proposed class, saying “due process is not that inflexible”…

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