Another full panel topic is confirmed for the 4th Annual Class Action Money & Ethics Conference on Mon., May 4 in Midtown Manhattan. This discussion will look at no-injury class actions in which plaintiffs and defendants face unique questions about roles of standing, defining harms and measuring damages.
So-called “no-injury” class actions are the subject of substantial debate not only in the law, but also among experts charged with examining the proximate cause of economic losses and the reliable measurement of damages, if any. Increasingly in these matters, courts must address standing, predominance and due process challenges. The panel will discuss some recent decisions and their potential importance for the treatment of no-injury class actions.
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