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Ethical issues in Class Action Litigation

Recorded on: Jun. 22, 2017
Running Time: 01:14:54

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Taken from the Web Program Class Action Litigation 2017 recorded June 2017 in New York.

Ethical issues in Class Action Litigation [01:14:54]
  • What ethical issues are judges seeing in class action cases? 
  • Ethical issues related to the solicitation of class members
  • Who does plaintiffs’ counsel actually represent for purposes of the no-contact rule?
  • Ethical considerations regarding the use of informal discovery tools, including investigators, social media and the internet
  • Ethical issues related to funding of expenses
  • Conflicts of interest in class representation 
  • Ethical issues relating to cooperation agreements among litigants – defense and plaintiffs’ sides
  • Ethical obligations with regard to settlement negotiations

David G. Keyko

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David G Keyko ~ Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
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