Shannon Proctor speaks at the ABA's 2022 Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar
Ms. Proctor spoke on Creative Approaches to Resolving Consumer Class Action Litigation.
The panel discussed creative approaches to resolving class action cases, from conduct relief, individual carve-out settlements, and non-class approaches. This panel also addressed the implications of the 11th Circuit's holding in Johnson v. NPAS Solutions, LLC, which ruled that incentive awards in Rule 23 class actions are unlawful.
For over 30 years, in-house and outside counsel have come together each winter to learn, network, and share expertise about the unique challenges they face in representing corporations of all types. The Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar features a mix of CLE programs, forums, business meetings, round tables, luncheons, dinners, receptions, and social events. Designed by and for general counsel and their outside law firms, this innovative seminar takes place over three days and offers a variety of opportunities to connect with some of the best in-house lawyers, outside litigation counsel, and judges in the country.