What do you do when a court certifies a class over your objection and denies your motion for directed verdict on the critical class certification issue at trial, and a jury awards $32 million ($54 million if you count pre-judgment interest) on an individual claim worth $133.80?
The class plaintiff “pick off”: Timing is everything
Sixth Circuit Holds That Rule 68 Offer to Class Representative Does Not Moot Class Claims
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument in a Case That Could Have a Broad Reaching Effect on Class Action Lawsuits
Can an Offer of Judgment Divest a Class Representative of Standing? Supreme Court to Decide
"Trivial harm" class actions and the de minimus doctrine
Sixth Circuit Affirms Decision Striking Class Allegations in Challenge to Health Care Discount Program, Calling Class Treatment Inefficient, Unworkable, and Inconsistent with Rule 23
The Sixth Circuit has joined other federal circuits in requiring putative class plaintiffs to plead the elements of causation and damages or face dismissal of their class allegations.