Study by New York law school finds that class actions benefit consumers and impact corporate behavior

January 1, 2015 by

US Supreme CourtThe Center for Justice & Democracy at New York Law School has issued a study of over 150 class action settlements.

They found overwhelming evidence that class actions have helped victims of corporate law-breaking and led to changes in corporate behavior that protect us all from many types of illegal conduct.

http://centerjd.org/content/first-class-relief-how-class-actions-benefit-those-who-are-injured-defrauded-and-violated.

Categories: Class Action Facts

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