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'Tyson Foods': Bifurcation Taking Center Stage?

NYLJ articleIn an article published in the New York Law Journal, Jenner & Block Partner Jeremy M. Creelan and Associate Daniel H. Wolf discuss bifurcation under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(c)(4), a critical, but often under-appreciated, tool for both plaintiffs and defendants in class action cases.  As the Supreme Court and Second Circuit continue to define the role of representative evidence in class actions, bifurcation is likely to move closer to center stage.  Practitioners should map out the benefits and risks of invoking Rule 23(c)(4) in each case as early as possible to avoid it becoming just a painful afterthought.

We invite you to read the full article, ‘Tyson Foods’: Bifurcation Taking Center Stage?