Mass Action

Mass Action

Definition

A civil action involving a large number of named plaintiffs with similar claims, which, under the Class Action Fairness Act, (1) are made by 100 or more named plaintiffs, (2) are proposed to be tried jointly, (3) involve common questions of fact or law, and (4) seek the minimum amount of damages needed for ordinary diversity jurisdiction.

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