“Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right, But a Few More Can Make a Unicorn”Class actions typically involve a proposed class of plaintiffs seeking recovery from the same defendant on similar grounds. But that is not the only animal in the class action corral. Rule 23 makes this clear in its very first sentence: One or more members of a class may sue or be sued as representative parties

“Sorry, Wrong Number”: Northern District of California Denies Certification in TCPA Class ActionAs we have noted before, whether a claimant under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) gave “prior express consent” to receiving communications from the defendant is frequently a critical issue (and often the only issue standing between the defendant and massive class action liability). A recent decision from the Northern District of California in

The Eleventh Circuit Finds Class Rep Has Standing to Settle a FACTA Class ActionBucking a recent trend and departing from both the Second Circuit’s Katz decision and the Third Circuit’s Kamal decision, the Eleventh Circuit found that a plaintiff had standing to settle a FACTA claim on behalf of a class. This decision—Muransky v. Godiva Chocolatier, Inc.—signals the continuing debate about what Spokeo means for