2020 Carlton Fields Class Action Survey Findings Featured in Media

Class Actions   |   July 8, 2020
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The 2020 Carlton Fields Class Action Survey reveals a spike in class action filings related to COVID-19, with a majority of companies expecting the volume of class actions to continue to increase as a result of the pandemic. The survey findings were covered in outlets including BenefitsPro, Business Observer, Corporate Counsel, Daily Business Review, Law360, and Tampa Bay Business Journal.

Survey director Julianna Thomas McCabe, who chairs Carlton Fields’ National Class Actions Practice, was quoted in the publications’ news coverage. Learn more about the survey findings here.

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