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Class Action

You work hard for the money you earn, and providing for your family puts a lot of demands on your paycheck. You expect to pay a fair price and receive full value for the money you spend, and you want companies to stand behind what they sell.

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Civil Appeals

Russell Jackson has more than two decades’ experience making arguments about complicated issues of law and fact to state and federal trial and appellate courts around the country. He practiced products liability and class action law at one of the nation’s largest law firms.

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Product Liability

Corporations that make products are supposed to put people’s safety ahead of profits. That goes for companies that make more complicated products like cars, consumer electronics, and prescription drugs.

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B2B Litigation

Consumers aren’t the only ones who need a good plaintiff’s lawyer. Businesses often find themselves in disputes with vendors, distributors, customers, or competitors. These business disputes sometimes cannot be successfully resolved without a lawsuit, arbitration, or mediation.

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The Student Bar Association at Washington University’s School of Law recently named Russell Jackson the Adjunct Professor of the Year. For the last two years Jackson has taught a spring semester course on Complex Civil Litigation. The course covers class actions, multidistrict litigation, and other forms of aggregate litigation.

“I was so pleased to have some confirmation that what we discuss in class are concepts that the students find useful,” Jackson said. “I have been so impressed with the quality of Wash U law students, and I look for my recent graduates to quickly become young leaders in the class action bar.”

Jackson will be teaching Complex Civil Litigation again in the Spring 2016 semester.

Jackson to speak on panel about issues classes

On Tuesday, May 26, 2015, Russell Jackson will speak on the use of “issues classes” to compensate the victims of consumer fraud and enforce the law in small claims cases that would not make sense to litigate on an individual basis. The 90-minute telephone seminar, which begins at 12 p.m. CDT, is sponsored by Strafford Communications and will offer CLE credit for attorneys who register for it. Contact Jackson Advocates or Stafford Communications for further information, or for access to a recording of the teleconference after it has occurred.