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Eric Kingsley was a recent guest on Class Reaction Podcast

Posted by Eric Kingsley | Feb 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Class Reaction Podcast: Listen to Eric Kingsley discuss issues of employment law with Jennifer Zargarof of Sidley.The podcast is Episode 9 – I thought there wouldn't be any math.

Episode 9 guests are Jennifer Zargarof of Sidley and Eric B. Kingsley of Kingsley & Kingsley. Hosts are H. Scott Leviant and Linh Hua of Moore & Leviant LLP. Show topics include discussions of Concepcion v. Amscan Holdings, Inc. (Feb. 18, 2014), Martinez v. Joe's Crab Shack Holdings (now held for Duran), and Williams v. Superior Court (Allstate Ins. Co.), 221 Cal. App. 4th 1353 (Dec. 6, 2013) (discussing Dukes). This episode is published by The Complex Litigator.

See Scott Leviant's Web site for full details.

Class Reaction Podcast RSS Feed: http://classreaction.libsyn.com/rss

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Eric Kingsley

In practice since 1996, attorney and firm co-founder Eric B. Kingsley has litigated complex cases and authored numerous appellate briefs in both state and federal court on behalf of the California law firm of Kingsley & Kingsley, including over 150 class actions. Mr. Kingsley concentrates his pra...

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