Empirical analysis of the Supreme Court’s class-action cases

Scotusblog this week posted an analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court's review of class action cases. Among its observations is that the Court overturns almost 70 percent of class action decisions made by appeals courts by either reversing or vacating these decisions. In addition, the analysis found that, between the 2010 and 2018 terms, the Court favored the defendant companies in the vast majority of consumer class actions, although the outcome in court in securities class actions was more balanced.

The full blog post is here.

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