This Comment addresses recent developments in the law of class action waivers and certification. Specifically, it looks at three cases—Comcast, Concepcion, and Wal-Mart—in which the Supreme Court limited class action litigation and class arbitration. This Comment also addresses how the circuit courts are hesitant to follow the Supreme Court’s precedent.
Christine Frymire, Class Actions a Thing of the Past … Or Are They? A Look at the Circuit Courts' Application of Comcast v. Behrend, 48 J. Marshall L. Rev. 335 (2014)