Class Certification and Article III Standing Under Spokeo: Inconsistent Results and Uncertainty for Defendants
A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the continuing impact of and strategic responses to the Supreme Court's decision in Spokeo v. Robins. Our panel includes Jay Edelson, lead counsel for Mr. Robins, who along with other leading class action counsel will discuss proving or challenging Article III standing in class certification.
- Overview of the Supreme Court's Spokeo ruling
- How various circuits have applied Spokeo's holding
- Class certification
- Plaintiff perspective and best practices
- Defense perspective and best practices
- Is Article III standing an appropriate question during class decertification?
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How has the Supreme Court's Spokeo v. Robins ruling impacted class action attorneys?
- How can plaintiff's counsel effectively overcome standing challenges in the wake of the decision?
- What are best practices for defense counsel to successfully defeat class certification based on lack of standing post-Spokeo?
Founder & CEO
Mr. Edelson and his firm were lead counsel for Mr. Robins in Spokeo v. Robins, and thus Mr. Edelson is uniquely... | Read More
Mr. Edelson and his firm were lead counsel for Mr. Robins in Spokeo v. Robins, and thus Mr. Edelson is uniquely qualified to discuss its holding and its progeny. Mr. Edelson is the Founder and CEO of Edelson PC and host of the Non-Compliant podcast. He is considered one of the nation’s leading plaintiff’s lawyers, with his firm having secured over $3 billion in settlements and verdicts for his clients. Law360 described him as a "Titan of the Plaintiff’s Bar." He has been recognized as one of "America’s top trial lawyers" in the mass action arena. And, he has been appointed to represent state and local governments on some of the largest issues of the day, ranging from opioids suits against pharmaceutical companies to environmental actions against polluters to privacy suits against Google, Facebook, and Uber.Close
Robert J. Herrington
Co-Chair, Class Action Litigation Group
Mr. Herrington's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including class actions in the areas of false... | Read More
Mr. Herrington's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including class actions in the areas of false advertising, unfair competition, food and beverage, consumer products, insurance, and products liability. He helps sophisticated business clients address complex disputes and competitive challenges to their products, services and business practices.Close
Andrew C. Nichols
Mr. Nichols focuses on appellate proceedings and critical, high-stakes motions at the trial level. As a partner at an... | Read More
Mr. Nichols focuses on appellate proceedings and critical, high-stakes motions at the trial level. As a partner at an Am Law 100 firm, he handled diverse commercial and constitutional litigation, helping to build an appellate and critical motions practice that Legal 500 called "outstanding in all respects." In 2019, he was named a "top legal lion" by Law360 for his work in the U.S. Supreme Court. A skilled oral and written advocate, he has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation, consumer-products cases, and class actions of all kinds.Close
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