The third edition of the National Association of Consumer Advocates’ class-action guidelines

As reported earlier on this blog by Steve Gardner, the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) has published the third edition of its Standards and Guidelines for Litigating and Settling Class Actions. Take a look at Steve's excellent post, which explains why the guidelines are worth reading.

I want to let our readers know that the guidelines have now been published in the Federal Rules Decisions at 299 F.R.D. 160 (2014). One reason to view the guidelines in F.R.D. on Westlaw is that all the class-action case law cited in the guidelines can be viewed immediately by clicking on the hyperlinks.

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