A Cluster What? Tips for Navigating Expedited Multi-Plaintiff Suits When Class and Mass Don’t Apply

Published by Consumer Attorneys of California and Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group


In this webinar, learn how to handle cluster or multi-plaintiff cases. The speakers will focus on the difference in handling these cases when they are not class action or mass litigation cases. They will also speak on how to handle the expedited cases in these situations and how that works in various states.

Kathryn Stebner
Kathryn Stebner has focused on elder abuse and medical malpractice litigation since 1985. In addition to her legal practice, she is a frequent speaker and author on elder abuse litigation. Ms. Stebner has tried jury cases in a wide array of civil...More
Karman Guadagni
Karman Guadagni is a partner at Stebner and Associates, a law firm specializing in elder abuse and neglect cases. Ms. Guadagni focuses primarily on institutional elder abuse litigation, with an emphasis on litigating neglect and physical abuse...More

Originally Published

November 13, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • A Cluster What? Tips for Navigating Expedited Multi-Plaintiff Suits When Class and Mass Don’t Apply
  • A Cluster What? Tips for Navigating Expedited Multi-Plaintiff Suits When Class and Mass Don’t Apply - Paper

How To Attend

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