Welcome to Critical MassLaw.com’s weekly briefing on class actions and mass torts. I’m Amanda Bronstad in Los Angeles. U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has a thin record on class actions and mass torts — but there are some clues about how he’d rule. What could Johnson & Johnson argue in appealing last week’s $4.7 billion talcum powder verdict? And I asked a lead plaintiffs’ attorney in this month’s record $1.5 billion shareholder settlement in the Netherlands how his firm brings class actions in Europe.

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