Lieff Cabraser attorney Katherine McBride is a co-author of the American Bar Association Litigation Section’s newly released Second Edition of The Class Action Fairness Act: Law and Strategy, “the definitive book on CAFA.”
The second edition offers an updated analysis on CAFAs provisions, with in-depth breakdowns of statutory language, descriptions of key judicial interpretations, and specific suggested strategies for practitioners. Each of the chapters in the book has a plaintiff and defense side author, providing both plaintiff and defense counsel with a clearer picture of the statute, its case law, and helpful strategies, so attorneys can make better-informed decisions for their clients.
Katherine is a chapter author for “Basics of Minimal Diversity Under CAFA.”
For more information and to order a copy of The Class Action Fairness Act: Law and Strategy, 2nd Edition, visit the American Bar Association’s website.