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Appellate Court Rejects Ascertainability as Class-Cert Requirement

Publisher: New Jersey Law Journal
June 22, 2015

Elizabeth Sher, Sylvia-Rebecca Gutiérrez and Alba Aviles wrote the bylined article, "Appellate Court Rejects Ascertainability as Class-Cert Requirement," for New Jersey Law Journal. The article examines the New Jersey Appellate Division's decision on Daniels v. Hollister Co., No. A-3629, 13T3, 2015 N.J. Super. Lexis 77, which addressed for the first time whether a plaintiff was required to demonstrate "ascertainability" of class members to be granted class certification as a matter of New Jersey law.