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entry=246 comments on an opinion by Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Richard Posner, who has some harsh words for attorneys for objectors to a class action settlement who sought an attorney fee award for what the Judge did not consider a significant contribution to the outcome of the case: summarizes a Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decision discussing the removability under CAFA of securities class actions filed under section 22(a) of the Securities Act of 1933: Action Trends discusses the phenomena of “global coordinating counsel” and its rise from marketing ploy to reality as class action and related procedures become more developed around the world: the “multi-faceted” nature of mass tort litigation in an article that includes a discussion of federal judge Jack Weinstein treating MDL litigation and settlement of pharmaceutical products liability claims as a “quasi-class action”: a Manhattan Institute report on a trend in Louisiana public pension funds serving as lead plaintiffs in securities class actions: offers observations about the modest nature of the increase in securities class actions in light of the financial crisis: a recent report by Seyfert Shaw LLP summarizing trends in employment class action litigation: Action Commentary provides an abstract of a student note by James Mc Donald in Duke Law Journal entitled “Milberg’s Monopoly: Restoring Honesty and Competition to the Plaintiffs’ Bar”: claims-made settlements and reversions in wage and hour class actions and whether unclaimed funds escheat to the state: on the facts of a class action filed on behalf of retired players against the NFL Players’ Association for for breach of fiduciary duty, which was recently tried to a jury verdict in the retirees’ favor: Class Action News previews the year ahead for the North Carolina Business Court, including a discussion of class actions: New look Posted in Class Action Decisions, Class Action Trends, tagged Class Action Decisions, class action reform, class action scandal, Class Action Trends, class certification, FACTA, foreign cubed, International Class Action Law, pollution class action, RICO Class Action, rule 23, scheme liability, securities fraud, tila, wage and hour class action on December 30, 2008| 4 Comments » As the new year approaches, everyone seems to be doing a “top ten” list for 2008, so of course, Class Action Blawg has to have one too. First, the rankings will be decided by reader vote. So, here are some key class action decisions and trends from the year that was, in no particular order.… continue reading »