Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The prerequisite of "commonality" in class actions.

It is axiomatic that class actions must involve common questions of law or fact. Otherwise, a class action would be inappropriate. This is called "commonality," and requires that the questions of law or fact are similar enough that a just result can be obtained without litigating multiple cases. In other words: different people, same story.

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