The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent Spokeo v. Robins decision has been heralded by the Texas business community as an important limitation on class action liability. The decision, however, has triggered concerns in at least some states that it might have the unintended consequence of creating more class action litigation in state court forums that are viewed by some defendants as less favorable. This article explores the reasons to believe Texas is probably not one of those states.
State Court Class Action Defendants to Face New Strategic Decisions
September 1, 2016