True Data-driven Compliance.

Rule 23 Requirements.  FJC Guidance.  Best Practices.  Complete Compliance. The notice programs of Signal IM are fully compliant with all primary legal authority, including Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, state counterparts, and all governing case law.  

Using true mass media data analytics, each Notice Program is empirically measured to provide “the best notice that is practicable under the circumstances, including individual notice to all members who can be identified through reasonable effort," and “reasonably calculated, under all the circumstances, to apprise interested parties of the pendency of the action and afford them an opportunity to present their objections.”  

 

FJC GUIDANCE & OTHER SECONDARY AUTHORITY

With respect to secondary authority, each of the notice programs of Signal IM incorporates the examples, templates, and checklists established by the Federal Judiciary Center (FJC).  The class notice incorporates the content and information, design principles (headlines, font, and attention-grabbing devices), and effective use of plain language recommended by the FJC.  Beyond these requirements, the notice plans of Signal IM reflect the state of the art of mass media advertising, and reflect the common goal to truly inform the target audience.

Measuring Due Process

In practice, Signal IM assures due process by measuring three elements:

  • That the message and information reaches potential class members;
  • That potential class members are truly informed of the pending action, their rights, and their options; and
  • Class members are offered a structured opportunity to be heard and participate, should they choose, through straightforward and familiar media.

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