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Hernandez v. Vitamin Shoppe Indus. Inc., No. A120640

By FindLaw Staff on June 18, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In an appeal from sanctions issued against an attorney for improperly soliciting opt-outs from a plaintiff class, the order is affirmed where the court's post-certification duties and authority extend to circumstances involving the conditional certification of a class for settlement purposes.

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Appellate Information:

APPEAL from Marin County Superior Court, the Honorable Lynne Duryee presiding.
Opinion filed on June 17, 2009


Before Lambden, J., Kline, P.J., and Richman, J.
Opinion by Lambden, J.


Attorneys for Plaintiffs and Appellants and for Objectors and Appellants - Jeffrey P. Spencer, Law Offices of Jeffrey P. Spencer. Jeffrey Wilens, Lakeshore Law Center. Edward J. Wynne and J.E.B. Pickett, Wynne Law Firm.

Attorneys for Defendant and Respondent - Margaret M. Grignon, John P. Zaimes, and Brian P. McKeever, Reed Smith LLP

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