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The Value of Proposing Conjoint Analysis in Support of Damages Models for Class Certification

A recent decision by a California court sheds light on the value of proposing conjoint analysis to support a damages model in class certification.

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Class Action/Class Certification, Conjoint Analysis

Miami federal judge approves class action settlement based on AMS conjoint analysis survey

July 24, 2017

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Class Action/Class Certification, Conjoint Analysis, News

AMS Webinar: Survey Evidence in Intellectual Property (and other) Litigation

Consumer surveys are one of the most powerful tools available in trademark or trade dress infringement cases, deceptive advertising, class action cases, and many other types of litigation. Yet...

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Deceptive Advertising, Class Action/Class Certification, Trademark

United States District Court District of Minnesota grants class certification in security software class action case based on conjoint survey

In re: Devi Khoday And Danise Townsend v. Symantec Corp. and Digital River, Inc., Civil No. 11-180 (JRT/TNL) , Class Certification Ruling March 19, 2015

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Class Action/Class Certification, Conjoint Analysis

New Hampshire US District Court grants class certification in Dial soap case based on conjoint survey

In re: Dial Complete Marketing MDL Case No. 11-md-2263-SM and Sales Practices Litigation ALL CASES Opinion No. 2017 DNH 051 dated March 27, 2017

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Class Action/Class Certification, Conjoint Analysis

Northern California US District Court grants class certification in Lenovo class action case based on conjoint survey

In re: LENOVO ADWARE LITIGATION Case No. 5:15-md-02624-RMW, Class Certification Ruling Oct. 27, 2016

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Class Action/Class Certification, Conjoint Analysis

Court Upholds Use of Conjoint Analysis for Calculating Classwide Damages

The Ninth Circuit recently upheld the certification of a consumer class alleging that “all natural” labels on ConAgra's Wesson cooking oil misled customers who were concerned about genetically...

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Class Action/Class Certification, Conjoint Analysis

Experts Face Greater Scrutiny at Class Certification Stage

The Supreme Court’s decision regarding expert testimony in Comcast v. Behrend is having an impact on cases where certification has already been granted. In the price-fixing litigation against a...

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Class Action/Class Certification

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