Strategies for Interlocutory Appeals in Class and Collective Employment Actions

, New York Law Journal

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Proskauer Rose partners Mark Harris and Mark Batten write: Rule 23(f) gives the federal courts of appeals discretion to provide interlocutory review of class certification decisions, while 28 U.S.C. §1292(b) allows for review of decisions on collective action status. Lawyers need to understand the rigorous rules governing these appeals under both Rule 23(f) and §1292(b).

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