Revised and Updated for 2017: A Practitioner's Guide to Class Actions
December 2016: The go to guide for class actions, A Practitioner’s Guide To Class Actions, will be fully revised and updated in 2017. Originally published by the American Bar Association in 2010, the massive book included the chapter “Predominance And Superiority,” authored by Fleming, Nolen & Jez attorney Rand Nolen. Since that time, the practitioner’s guide has proved highly successful.
Nolen has already submitted his revised chapter “Predominance And Superiority” to the publisher, as have most of the other highly respected contributors. A Practitioner’s Guide To Class Actions was written to serve as a resource for busy lawyers filing and defending class actions. The book contains a state-by-state analysis of the ways in which the class action rules differ from Rule 23 of the Federal Rule of Civil Procedure. It is a comprehensive guide for handling class actions.
“I am once again honored to be able to contribute to such a learned and popular treatise on class action law,” said Rand Nolen. “My chapter has been substantially expanded given the recent developments in class action jurisprudence.” A final date for publication has not yet been announced.