New York Law Journal "Impact of 'Campbell-Ewald': Unanswered Questions" by Thomas E.L. Dewey

April 29, 2016

In his Settlement and Compromise column, Thomas E.L. Dewey writes that the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in 'Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez' denied class-action defendants the ability to moot an entire class action by making a settlement offer that would have completely satisfied the named plaintiff's claim. But a new split has already arisen: May a defendant who consents to entry of a judgment against it evade further litigation?

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In his Settlement and Compromise column, Thomas E.L. Dewey discusses 'Attestor Value Master Fund v. Republic of Argentina'—a case that “reconfirms the...

New York Law Journal "Argentina’s 'Offer' To Settle Held Unenforceable for Lack of Countersignature" by Thomas E.L. Dewey

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