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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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“issues classes” and Rule 23(b)(3)’s predominance requirement

Russell Jackson was one of three panelists who participated in Strafford Publications’ 90-minute seminar on reconciling the conflict between “issues classes” and Rule 23(b)(3)’s predominance requirement. Russell — who was the only panelist advocating the plaintiffs’ position — opined that there is no conflict: when the Advisory Committee wrote Rule 23 more than 45 years ago, it specifically endorsed the use of its “issues class” provision to carve out particular common issues for treatment as a class action, even if the entire claim as a whole was not capable of class certification. You can contact Strafford Publications or Russell for information on how to access the seminar.

Teaching at Washington University

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Russell Jackson has been appointed an adjunct professor at Washington University School of Law during the Spring 2014 semester. His course, Complex Civil Litigation, will cover not only class actions, but also multi-district litigation, competing federal and state actions, & class action settlements.