Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Second Edition, Just Released

Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Second Edition, Just Released

Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Second Edition with CD-ROM

Written by the attorneys of Littler's Class Action Practice Group, Employment Law Class Actions provides a comprehensive review of the strategic, procedural and legal issues that arise in such matters.

The Second Edition includes an extensive expansion and reorganization of the publication and features a host of new and significant developments in this ever changing area of law, including:

  • A comprehensive update of significant case law. 
  • An expansive discussion of the Supreme Court's decision in Dukes v. Wal-Mart and its impact on class actions. 
  • New issues and developments in FLSA collective actions and California state law wage and hour class actions (which currently comprise approximately 90% of all employment class actions filed).  
  • A new chapter covering issues related to e-discovery.  
  • Discussion of unique issues regarding the CAFA appeals process.
  • New developments regarding EEOC pattern and practice cases.  
  • Emerging trends in standards of admissibility of expert testimony regarding class certification; the role of statistical, anecdotal, and social science evidence; and application of the Daubert standard post-Dukes
  • Further evolution of case law regarding enforceability of arbitration agreements in class and collective actions and the validity of class action waivers (including U.S. Supreme Court's decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion and the NLRB's decision in D.R. Horton).  
  • Developments in pre-certification communication with potential class members and other pre-certification discovery issues.
  • Recent developments in California class actions under the Private Attorneys General Act.  

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