Representative evidence – Good, bad? The Supreme Court speaks

April 20, 2016

As we’ve reported previously, Tyson was challenging the certification of a class of employees who sued for unpaid time related to donning and doffing protective gear. Jay discusses the implications of the Supreme Court’s allowance of representative evidence to prove classwide liability and how the Court’s ruling may (or may not) impact future class actions.

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Is the use of statistical averages appropriate when certifying a Rule 23(b)(3) damages class?

November 11, 2015

Tyson Foods, Inc. v. Bouaphakeo is the latest in a series of cases to go before the Supreme Court on issues pertaining to the proper adjudication of class actions. Oral argument was heard on Nov. 20 and Jay and Porter Wright colleague Jetta Sandin attended. In this podcast, they share their impressions of how the argument went and what seemed to interest the Justices the most.

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