Because plaintiff's proposed methods of identifying class members do not satisfy his burden of meeting the ascertainability requirement as articulated in Marcus, which was decided while this appeal w
...Faucher & Cafferty (now Cafferty Clobes Meriwether & Sprengel) and Whatley, Drake & Kallas (now Whatley Kallas) were appointed class counsel for plaintiffs. ...
A final settlement has been reached in litigation against dozens of insurance brokers accused of price-rigging, pushing the total recovery to more than $270 million
... Plaintiffs Joe Whatley Jr. of Whatley Drake and Kallas and Bryan Clobes of Cafferty Faucher. Defendants James Griffin of...
...Jersey. The law firms of Miller Faucher and Cafferty and Whatley. Drake & Kallas were appointed class counsel. Ultimately, the parties engaged in...
A federal judge in Newark has approved a $41 million settlement in class litigation alleging price rigging by dozens of industry-leading insurance carriers and brokers, bringing to $259 million the t
Notice to the bar
The class certification requirements of FRCP 23(a) and (b) were met in this consolidated multistate antitrust litigation and the settlements reached were fair under FRCP 23(e)
...in the case, led by Cafferty Faucher in Philadelphia and Whatley, Drake & Kallas in New York. The suits, consolidated in federal court...
A federal judge ends two months of plaintiff lawyers' squabbling and picked two firms to take the lead in a class action potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars against Aetna Health Inc
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