Class Action Defense: Strategies and Approaches

Class Action Defense: Strategies and Approaches

Jul 25, 2023

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM ET

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This class action program is directed to in-house and company counsel facing putative class counsel, while outside defense counsel and putative class counsel will benefit as well.  It highlights what points of inflection a company might face defending a class action and how these inflection points differ from typical and complex litigation.  The program addresses these inflection points within the context of the elements of pretrial motion practice a class action defendant faces. This program is perfect for attorneys of all experience-levels. 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Evaluate putative class actions’ inflection points.

  2. Analyze how a putative class action’s inflection points differ in substance and magnitude from the inflection points found in a typical litigation.  

  3. Apply early motion practice to defeat class certification. 

About the Presenters

Dan Goldfine, Esq.

Dickinson Wright

Practice Area: Litigation (+3 other areas)

Dan Goldfine is a business-focused litigator with a demonstrated history of resolving difficult legal challenges and prevailing before and at trial. With more than 25 years of experience handling class action and other complex litigation, including matters involving antitrust, insurance coverage, RICO, consumer fraud, and...

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