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Carlton Fields Launches Class Action Litigation Blog

TAMPA – Carlton Fields has launched a blog entitled Classified: Carlton Fields’ Class Action Blog. A blog (short for web log) is an online journal or newsletter, typically dedicated to a particular subject, offering frequently updated information about related news, views, and trends.

Classified: Carlton Fields’ Class Action Blog is a centralized source of information on class action litigation in the Southeast and the burgeoning area of class action arbitrations. The blog provides timely, educational, and thought-provoking information on the latest news and class action developments from federal and state courts in the Eleventh Circuit - Florida, Georgia, and Alabama - and on class action arbitrations across the country. Classified features summaries of recent cases and arbitration decisions, links to class action news stories, and short analysis pieces.

D. Matthew Allen led the team of attorneys responsible for launching the Class Action Blog. Blog contributing attorneys include Robert L. Ciotti, Kathryn H. Christian, Joanna Garcia, Blaise N. Huhta, Dean A. Morande, Kenya J. Reddy, and Amanda Arnold Sansone.

We invite you to visit Classified: Carlton Fields’ Class Action Blog at

Many attorneys involved with consumer protection, products liability, and antitrust are increasingly filing class action lawsuits in state courts and arbitration forums. For a variety of reasons, the Southeast is a particular favorite for such suits.

Carlton Fields has been defending class actions for more than 30 years. The firm understands the unique challenges of class action suits and takes a strategic approach that is multidisciplinary – including skilled and experienced lawyers from throughout the firm, able to deal with any question or situation that may arise.

For more information about Carlton Fields’ Class Action Practice, please visit
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