In May of 2011, Winston & Strawn partner Neal Marder took part in a discussion at the Seventh Annual Comprehensive Conference on Litigating Class Actions. The Seattle-based event set out to share strategies and developments in class actions which could help legal practitioners address many ethical and practical concerns which crop up while navigating these types of cases.
The conference featured dialogue on topics such as motion issues in class action suits, trends in national class action litigation, and the role of Internet advertising and privacy in class actions. Neal Marder participated in a panel titled “Emerging Subject Areas Where Regulatory Enforcement May Lead to Class Action,” during which he discussed the potential impact of the Dodd Frank Act on class action litigation.
Mr. Marder currently serves as the chair of the consumer class actions practice with Winston & Strawn. Neal Marder concentrates his practice in a variety of areas including class action and litigation.