TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez
(U.S., filed February 8, 2021): Urging the Court to review whether a lead plaintiff who is injured satisfies the Rule 23 typicality requirement for those who are not. The Court should define the scope of a rigorous analysis for typicality under Rule 23 (A)(3). Ensuring typicality of injury would help avoid problems caused by uninjured class members.
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