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Topic - I. Glenn Cohen
Indeed, it is "very rarely litigated," said I. Glenn Cohen, a health expert at Harvard Law School who said "it has only been considered by the U.S. Supreme Court a handful of times."
He said the benefits of such an action only apply if the class is certified in court — a process that will run ashore if attorneys cannot convince the court that each member of the class faces a similar enough set of issues and that a class action is the best way to redress their grievances.