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Alyssa E. Lambert
Plaintiff attorneys say they can breathe a collective sigh of relief —at least for now—because the Supreme Court’s ruling in Comcast is not the broad indictment of class actions that some feared. The Court held that the lower court improperly certified the class because the plaintiffs did not establish that their damages could be measured on a classwide basis.