Absent evidence of threats or coercion to putative class members, a court can permit defense counsel to communicate with putative class members, provided that defense counsel does not communicate, even indirectly, about settling any claims in the class-action suit.
A&R Body Specialty and Collision Works Inc. v. Progressive Casualty Insurance Co.
U.S. District Court
September 17, 2012
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