Duran V. US Bank: Aftershocks Of Wal-Mart V. Dukes
But in California, Dukes seemed a harder sell. California law typically favors class actions. Most academics revere them, and plaintiffs’ lawyers get all dewy-eyed and liken class actions to a “right” — a rung below voting but still a notch or two above, say, paying taxes.
That just serves to amplify the seismic effect from the decision handed...
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