“Cohelan on California Class Actions"
A consumer and employment rights reference book by Timothy D. Cohelan. It is a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to initial case analysis, review of potential problem areas, sample forms, and other summaries of requirements for class action practice. It includes effective tactics and strategies. It covers substantive and procedural law, extensive case and statutory references, and far-reaching coverage of this rapidly changing area of the law. It contains California cases, statutes, and local rules. It includes more than 200 pages of forms from the author’s case files, as well as defense forms. More importantly, it explores “pitfall cases,” attorney’s fees, what does or doesn’t work in California courts, as well as how to make and oppose nearly every motion.