Seventh Circuit Rejects Heightened Class Ascertainability Standard

Seventh Circuit Rejects Heightened Class Ascertainability Standard

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit’s July 28 ruling in Mullins v. Direct Digital LLC established a circuit split with the Third Circuit as to evidentiary standard to be applied to plaintiff’s efforts to identify class members at the certification stage of consumer class litigation. [7/30/15]

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