Eleventh Circuit Rules Holds That Rule 68 Offers of Judgment to Named Plaintiffs Do Not Moot Their Ability to Represent a Putative Class. 

As many of our readers are aware, one strategy defense counsel use to dispose of a putative class action at an early stage in the litigation is to make an individual offer

As you may recall, on May 22, 2013, we reported on the Eighth Circuit’s opinion in Nack v. Walburg, Case No. 11-1460 (8th Cir. May 21, 2012), an opinion in which the court raised the specter of constitutionality issues in TCPA class actions.  However, the Eighth Circuit ultimately did not decide those key issues,