Rust Kinsella Contributes Chapters to "A Practitioner’s Guide to Class Actions"
Posted: Aug 16, 2017
The upcoming second edition of A Practitioner’s Guide to Class Actions (Marcy Hogan Greer ed., ABA Publishing) includes four chapters authored by Rust Consulting and Kinsella Media leaders.
Kim Schmidt, a senior vice president with Rust, contributed a chapter titled “Claims Administration.” Dr. Shannon Wheatman, president of Kinsella Media, and Katherine Kinsella, founder of of Kinsella Media, contributed “Quantifying Notice Results in Class Actions” and “The Plain Language Toolkit for Class Action Notice,” while Dr. Wheatman and Maureen Gorman, Kinsella Media consultant, contributed “Reality Check: the State of Media and its Usage in Class Notice.”
Copies of the two-volume work will be available to ship in hard copy by August 28, with e-books to follow. You can order your copy here.
Professionals at Rust and Kinsella Media are widely regarded as industry thought leaders, and their work is regularly published through our ongoing series, What We’ve Noticed, as well as outlets such as the ABA, Law360, Class Action Litigation Report, and others. Read other insights on class action notice and settlement administration from Rust and Kinsella Media on our websites at http://www.rustconsulting.com/Insights and http://www.kinsellamedia.com/Insights.
About Rust Consulting
Clients trust Rust Consulting, Inc., an Exela company, as the industry leader in class action settlement administration. Rust has designed, implemented, or managed more than 6,000 class actions and other complex and time-sensitive programs such as regulatory settlements, data breach responses, and recalls.
About Kinsella Media
Kinsella Media, an Exela company, has designed and implemented more notice programs to unidentified class members and claimants than any other firm. With two qualified notice experts, we provide comprehensive, fully integrated programs that withstand collateral attack and judicial scrutiny.
About Exela Technologies
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