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Opening the Curtain: Why Economics Is Taking Center Stage in Class Certification Battles in Antitrust Cases

BY | June 25, 2008

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle John Majoras, Jun 25, 2008 The evolving standard for assessing class certification should have particular import on antitrust…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

John Majoras, Jun 25, 2008

The evolving standard for assessing class certification should have particular import on antitrust cases, which have long looked to expert analysis to frame the arguments for and against certification. For the most part, plaintiffs have had considerable advantages in seeking certification. First, they have been able to cite a litany of cases that essentially conclude that antitrust cases are ideally suit

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