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Ara Jabagchourian Ara Jabagchourian of the Law Offices of Ara Jabagchourian, P.C.

In the matter of Noel v. Thrifty Payless, Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye authored a unanimous decision by the California Supreme Court holding that no evidentiary requirement exists at the class certification stage to demonstrate how individual class members will be identified. The decision reverses a published First Appellate District decision holding that evidence is needed to meet the ascertainability requirement of Civil Procedure Code section 382 so that proper notice is given to the class.

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