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Class Action ‘Extortion’ Demands Defense From First Step In Litigation – Attorneys

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Companies targeted in class actions should challenge litigants throughout the process, from when a complaint is filed to when a judge is deciding, say lawyers during a Council for Responsible Nutrition webinar. Firms fearful of high damage fees too often will settle when they have other options.

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