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Apr 09, 2015
Receipts, Records and Class Actions, Daily Journal (April 9, 2015)

Should ascertainability present a low hurdle for small-dollar class action plaintiffs or should courts be more demanding as to the reliability of proposed class members’ “say-so”?  Geoff Kehlmann reviews the cases in the Ninth Circuit that have teed up this question in an April 9, 2015 Daily Journal column, “Receipts, records and class actions.”