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Maintaining Your Wage-and-Hour Class Action in State Court

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Date Published

April 1, 2011

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Employment Law

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Summary

The enactment of the Class Action Fairness Act has made it easier for a defendant to remove a class action to federal court and the struggle over venue is often an important indicator of an employer’s exposure and risk. The authors explore how class counsel can avoid removal of their action to federal court or get it remanded to state court.

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Shawn Khorrami

Shawn Khorrami is the founder of Khorrami, LLP. He founded the firm in February, 1996, just two months after being admitted... Read More

Crystal S. Yagoobian

Crystal S. Yagoobian is an associate attorney at Khorrami, LLP in Los Angeles, working in the firm’s class-action practice,... Read More

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