Last week I attended the ABA’s National Class Actions Institute in Chicago. If you weren’t there, you really missed out. The annual Institute is one of the few CLE programs with attendance that is evenly divided between the Plaintiff and Defense bars. The presenters are all at the top of their game, and their candor

I am always reminding my students that there is more than one way to make an argument, and if you are foreclosed from one route, you can always take another. For example, how do you defend against class claims brought by people who have not suffered any real injury? Most people initially would say “challenge

A few weeks ago I presented at the Dowd Bennett attorneys’ retreat on the topic of Recent Developments in Class Action Litigation. My firm has a Denver office, which fortunately hosted our retreat in Vail just as the leaves were at their autumnal best. Because those incredible vistas were behind me as I spoke, I