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Class Action Lawsuits – a History in Kentucky

Stan Billingsley (Lawreader) recently wrote an editorial regarding Kentucky’s class action rule (CR 23) which can be found here. While not on point to the aspects of CR 23 that Stan addresses, here is an article on the history of class actions in Kentucky and comparison with the impetus for passage of the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005. For lovers of legal history, this would be an enjoyable read and would provide a fuller context to the discussion of class actions in general. Here is the link: Kentucky Class Actions

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February 15, 2007 - Posted by | Civil Procedure

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