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Excerpt: CIVIL-LAW Complaint Updated July 2008 HOW TO USE THIS ONLINE You may fill in the information required in this packet on your screen, save it to your local drive and print it out on your local printer OR you may print out the packet and complete the forms by hand or typewriter. The information you enter is NOT submitted electronically. HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY - LAW DIVISION CIVIL PART WHO SHOULD USE THIS PACKET? You may use this packet if you wish to sue another person or corporation in New Jersey for money damages for any harm or injury caused by someone to your body, property, reputation or rights. Examples of civil complaints include but are not limited to auto negligence, contract disputes, products liability, age, race, or gender discrimination and medical malpractice. If your case is valued at $15
CIVIL-LAW Complaint Updated July 2008

HOW TO USE THIS ONLINE

You may fill in the information required in this packet on your screen, save it to your local drive and print it out on your local printer OR you may print out the packet and complete the forms by hand or typewriter. The information you enter is NOT submitted electronically.

HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY - LAW DIVISION CIVIL PART
WHO SHOULD USE THIS PACKET?

You may use this packet if you wish to sue another person or corporation in New Jersey for money damages for any harm or injury caused by someone to your body, property, reputation or rights. Examples of civil complaints include but are not limited to auto negligence, contract disputes, products liability, age, race, or gender discrimination and medical malpractice. If your case is valued at $15,000 or less, you may wish to use the packet for the Special Civil Part where there are lower filing fees and shorter time periods.

Note: These materials have been prepared by the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts for use by self-represented litigants. The guides, instructions, and forms will be periodically updated as necessary to reflect current New Jersey statutes and court rules. The most recent version of the forms will be available at the county courthouse or on the Judiciary's Internet site www.njcourtsonline.com. However, you are ultimately responsible for the content of your court papers.

Completed forms are to be submitted to the county where you are filing your case. A list of Superior Court Offices is provided at the customer counter or at www.njcourtsonline.com.

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THINGS TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE YOU TRY TO REPRESENT YOURSELF IN COURT

TRY TO GET A LAWYER The court system can be confusing and it is a good idea to get a lawyer if you can. The law, the proofs necessary to present your case, and the procedural rules governing cases in the Law Division, Civil Part are complex. Since valuable claims or potentially heavy judgments may be at stake, most litigants appearing in the Law Division, Civil Part have a lawyer. If you are being sued, please contact your insurance company to see if they might provide a lawyer for you. Most likely your opponent will be represented by a lawyer. It is recommended that you make every effort to obtain the assistance of a lawyer. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may contact the legal services program in your county to see if you qualify for free legal services. Their telephone number can be found in your local yellow pages under "Legal Aid" or "Legal Services." If you do not qualify for free legal services and need help in locating an attorney, you can contact the bar association in your county. That number can also be found in your local yellow pages. Most county bar associations have a Lawyer Referral Service. The County Bar Lawyer Referral Service can supply you with the names of attorneys in your area willing to handle your particular type of case and will sometimes consult with you at a reduced fee. There are also organizations of minority lawyers throughout New Jersey, as well as organizations of lawyers who handle specialized types of cases. Ask your county court staff for a list of lawyer referral services that include these organizations. If you decide to proceed without an attorney, these materials explain the procedures that must be followed to have your papers properly filed and considered by the court. These materials do not provide information on the law governing your claims or defenses; information on how to conduct pretrial discovery; information on alternative dispute resolution procedures, such as arbitration or mediation, that may be available or required in your case; information on the

kinds of evidence you need to prove your claims or defense at trial; or information on other procedural and evidentiary rules governing civil law suits. WHAT YOU SHOULD EXPECT IF YOU REPRESENT YOURSELF While you have the right to represent yourself in court, you should not expect special treatment, help or attention from the court. The following is a list of some things court staff can and cannot do for you. Please read it carefully before asking court staff for help.

- We can explain and answer questions about
how the court works.

- We can tell you what the requirements are to - - - - - - - - - - -
have your case considered by the court. We can give you some information from your case file. We can provide you with samples of court forms that are available. We can provide you with guidance on how to fill out forms. We can usually answer questions about court deadlines. We cannot give you legal advice. Only your lawyer can give you legal advice. We cannot tell you whether or not you should bring your case to court. We cannot give you an opinion about what will happen if you bring your case to court. We cannot recommend a lawyer, but we can provide you with the telephone number of a local lawyer referral service. We cannot talk to the judge for you about what will happen in your case. We cannot let you talk to the judge outside of court. We cannot change an order issued by a judge.

KEEP COPIES OF ALL PAPERS Make and keep copies of all completed forms and documents related to your case.

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OVERVIEW A civil suit begins with the filing of a complaint and civil case information statement (CIS) with the appropriate filing fee. Within 10 days of the filing of the complaint, the plaintiff will receive a Track Assignment Notice (TAN). A case is assigned to one of four tracks depending on the type of case and the length of time it should take to complete discovery. The complaint, CIS and TAN must be served with the summons on all parties. Defendant must file an answer to the complaint along with the appropriate filing fee within 35 days after service of the complaint. After the complaint is served and an answer is filed, the discovery period begins. The time for discovery depends on what track the case is assigned to. During the discovery period, the parties exchange information about the case. At any time during the case, a party may make a motion to the court for some specific relief. Prior to a trial, cases may be sent to mediation (a meeting in which a neutral third party facilitates discussion between the parties to reach a resolution of their differences) and/or arbitration (a hearing in which parties present their positions to a neutral third party who makes a recommendation for resolving the case which may be accepted or rejected by the parties). If mediation and/or arbitration is unsuccessful, a case will be scheduled for trial. The trial may take place before the judge alone or before a judge and a jury. At the trial, both sides present evidence supporting their positions. The decision of the judge and/or jury is contained in the final judgment. If a party wishes to appeal the final decision, a notice of appeal must be filed in the Appellate Division within 45 days after the entry of the final judgment. DEFINITIONS OF WORDS USED IN THIS PACKET Affidavit of Merit - The Court Rules require that a plaintiff in a medical or professional malpractice case file an Affidavit of Merit by a neutral expert asserting that the defendant's performance was below the standards of the profession. Caption - A caption is the name of the case; it lists the name of the plaintiff(s) and the defendant(s). For example, John Jones, Plaintiff v. Mary Smith, Defendant. Certification - A certification is statement that certain facts are true to the best of the knowledge of the person making the statement. It is like an affidavit, but is not sworn before a notary or other authorized person. Certification of No Other Actions - A certification of no other actions is a sworn written statement at the end of the complaint in which you state that, to the best of your knowledge, the action about which you are complaining is not the subject of any other court matter or arbitration, that there are no other parties that need to be added to this action and that you recognize the obligation to notify all parties and the court if there are any changes. Civil Action - A Civil Action is a noncriminal case in which one individual or business sues another individual or business. To protect or enforce a right. Civil Case Information Statement (CIS) The CIS is a form that summarizes your case for the court. Court rules require that a CIS be filed with a complaint. Complaint - A complaint is a document in which the plaintiff tells the court his or her version or perspective the facts of a case and states what relief is sought. Defendant - The defendant is the person or entity being sued. Docket Number - A docket number is the number the court assigns to your case so that it may be identified and located easily. Once you have a docket number, you must include it on all your communications with the court. File - To file means to give the appropriate forms and fee to the court to begin the court's handling of your case. Jury - A jury in a civil matter is usually a group of six people selected according to law and sworn to
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inquire into and decide the facts at issue in a trial. Motion A motion is an application to the court for a specific order or ruling to be made in favor of the party filing the motion Party - A party is any plaintiff or defendant in a case. You must send a copy of everything you send to the court to every party. Plaintiff - The plaintiff is the person who files the first complaint with the court. Proof of Mailing - Proof of mailing is the form in which you provide the dates and method you used to give the other parties copies of the papers that you filed in court. Pro se - Pro se is a Latin term that means "on one's own behalf." A plaintiff or defendant in a law suit who does not have an attorney is said to be appearing pro se. Service - Service refers to the delivery of the complaint or any other paper in a suit to the defendant and other parties. Formal legal service requires that the service be made by an officially authorized person or by mail. Team - A team is made up of courthouse staff who are responsible for the processing of your case. Each team is headed by a team leader who reports to the Civil Division Manager. Track - Lawsuits in the Civil Division are assigned to one of four tracks. Which track a case is assigned to usually depends on the type of case and how much time it should take to complete discovery. On the back of the CIS is a listing of the tracks and the various case types that are included in each one. Track Assignment Notice (TAN) - The Track Assignment Notice (TAN) is a document prepared by the court that tells you what judge and team will be handling your case. It also gives the telephone number you should call whenever you need to reach the court about your case. The plaintiff is required to send a copy of the TAN to everyone being sued. Venue - Venue refers to the county where the court that has jurisdiction to hear your case is located. The numbered steps listed below tell you what forms you will need to fill out and what to do with them. Each form should be typed or printed clearly on 8 "x 11" white paper only. Forms may not be filed on a different size or color paper. STEPS FOR FILING A COMPLAINT STEP 1: FILL OUT THE COMPLAINT (FORM A). The Complaint tells the court the facts of your case and what relief you want the court to give you. A judge will decide your case unless you request to have a jury hear it. Sign and date all sections except the demand for a jury. Complete that section only if you would like a jury to decide your case. STEP 2: FILL OUT THE CIVIL CASE INFORMATION STATEMENT (CIS). The civil CIS form with instructions can be found at the end of this packet. The completed CIS must be filed with the complaint. Failure to file this required document may result in the return of your complaint. STEP 3: MAKE A CHECK OR MONEY ORDER PAYABLE TO TREASURER, STATE OF NEW JERSEY IN THE AMOUNT OF $200.00. This is the fee for filing your papers.

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STEP 4: CHECK YOUR COMPLETED FORMS AND MAKE COPIES. Check your forms and make sure they are complete. Remove all instruction sheets. Make sure you have signed all the forms wherever necessary. You also need to make three copies of each form. Two of the copies will be sent to the court; the other is for your records. Checklist - In Step 5 you will be directed to mail your documents to the court. The following checklist will help insure your package is complete: - The original and two copies of the Complaint and CIS. - A money order or check made out to the Treasurer, State of New Jersey in the amount of $200 to cover the filing fee. - A stamped envelope addressed to yourself so that the court will be able to return the forms to you. STEP 5: MAIL OR DELIVER THE FORMS TO THE COURT. You may deliver your papers to the court clerk in person or you may mail them. The court address is stamped on the front of this guide or is available on the Judiciary's website, www.njcourtsonline.com. If you mail the papers, we recommend that you use certified mail, return receipt requested. Mail or deliver to the court the original and 2 copies of the Complaint and CIS. Note: The court will return copies to you along with a Track Assignment Notice (TAN). If you have any questions, you should contact the team leader at the number on the TAN.

Copies of the Complaint, CIS, and TAN along with a summons must be served immediately on every person you are suing in this case. The court rules permit a pro se plaintiff to issue the summons and sign it in the name of the Clerk of the Superior Court. The summons alerts the defendant that you have filed a complaint and provides information on what the defendant may do to reply to your complaint. The summons form is available on the Judiciary's website, www.njcourtsonline.com. You will have to enter your name and address as the pro se plaintiff, the caption for the case, the name of the county where the case is filed and the case docket number. You may also sign Acting Superior Court Clerk Jennifer M. Perez's name in the space provided and supply the name and address of the defendant to be served. To serve the defendant(s) properly, you should contact the sheriff in the county in which your suit is filed or a process server. The sheriff's telephone number can be obtained from Directory Assistance. If you do not have your complaint, CIS, TAN, and summons served immediately, your complaint may be dismissed. You may serve a defendant by registered, certified, or ordinary mail, but this service is effective only if the defendant answers the complaint or otherwise appears in response to the complaint.

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Print All Forms

Clear All Forms

FORM A SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY LAW DIVISION
County
Your Name (first, middle, last)

Docket Number
(to be filled in by the court) Street Address

Town, State, Zip Code

Telephone Number

CIVIL ACTION
Plaintiff

V.
Defendant

Complaint

Plaintiff, (your name) City of
(your address)

, residing at ,
(your city or town)

County of
(your county)

.

State Of New Jersey, complaining of defendant, states as follows: 1. On , 20 ,
(name of person being sued)

, Defendant

(Summarize what happened that resulted in your claim against the defendant. Use additional pages if necessary.)

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FORM A
The defendant in this action resides at
(defendant's address)

,
, State Of New Jersey.

In the County of
(name of county where defendant lives)

2. Plaintiff is entitled to relief from defendant under the above facts. 3. The harm that occurred as a result of defendant's acts include: (list each item of damage and injury), 1.

2.

3.

Wherefore, plaintiff requests judgment against defendant for damages, together

with attorney's fees, if applicable, costs of suit, and any other relief as the court may deem proper.
Dated: Signature:

CERTIFICATION OF NO OTHER ACTIONS
I certify that the dispute about which I am suing is not the subject of any other action pending in any other court or a pending arbitration proceeding to the best of my knowledge and belief. Also, to the best of my knowledge and belief no other action or arbitration proceeding is contemplated. Further, other than the parties set forth in this complaint, I know of no other parties that should be made a part of this lawsuit. In addition, I recognize my continuing obligation to file and

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FORM A
serve on all parties and the court an amended certification if there is a change in the facts stated in this original certification.

Dated:

Signature:

OPTIONAL: If you would like to have a judge decide your case, do not include the following paragraph in your complaint. If you would prefer to have a jury to decide your case, please sign your name after the following paragraph.

JURY DEMAND
The plaintiff demands trial by a jury on all of the triable issues of this complaint, pursuant to New Jersey Court Rules 1:8-2(b) and 4:35-1(a). Dated: Signature:

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HOW TO COMPLETE THE CIVIL CASE INFORMATION STATEMENT (CIS)
These instructions are intended to guide individuals who are either plaintiffs or defendants in civil cases and who are not represented by an attorney in completing the Civil Case Information Statement (Civil CIS) required by court rules. The Civil CIS must be included with each party's first pleading in the Civil part of the Law Division. That is, the plaintiff must file it with the complaint and the defendant must file it with the answer. If it is not included, the papers will be returned. The CIS summarizes your case and alerts the court to any special needs you may have such as the need for an interpreter or the need for a quick trial date because one of your witnesses is expected to be unavailable. The numbers for the various case types are located on the back of the form. Enter the number which best describes your complaint. For example, if you are suing the defendant for a breach of contract, your case number would be 599. After you have completed the CIS, keep it with the other papers you are planning to file. Note: These materials have been prepared by the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts for use by self-represented litigants. The guides, instructions, and forms will be periodically updated as necessary to reflect current New Jersey statutes and court rules. The most recent version of the forms will be available at the county courthouse or on the Judiciary's Internet site (www.judiciary.state.nj.us). However, you are ultimately responsible for the content of your court papers.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARTIES NOT REPRESENTED BY AN ATTORNEY FOR COMPLETING THE CIVIL CASE INFORMATION STATEMENT (CIS)
BOX# INSTRUCTION 1. Print your name. 2. List a telephone number, including area code, where you can be reached during the day. 3. Insert the name of the county where the complaint or answer is being filed. 4. Leave the box blank. 5. If you know the docket number of your case, insert it in the docket number box. If the CIS is being filed with a complaint, the court will assign the docket number before it returns the filed complaint. 6. Enter an address where you wish to receive mail concerning this matter. 7. Document type means the type of paper you are filing. If you are filing the complaint, print complaint; if you are filing an answer, print answer. 8. Check the box marked "yes" if you have requested that the matter be heard by a jury. Otherwise, check "no." 9. Enter your name and indicate whether you are the plaintiff or defendant. 10. The caption is the name of the case - the name of the plaintiff(s) v. the name of the defendant(s). For example: John Doe, Plaintiff v. Mary Smith, Defendant. Print the name of your case. 11. The Case Type Number identifies the type of case. On the back of the CIS form is a list of case types. Sometimes it is difficult to pick the number of your case, but you must fill in this section in order for your case to proceed. Choose the one that best describes what your case is about and enter that number. For example, if you are the plaintiff or defendant in a dispute over fulfilling the terms of a contract, the case type is 599; if your case concerns a personal injury, the case type number is 605. 12. If you believe that your case is a professional malpractice case, check the box marked "yes" and see N.J.S.A. 2A:53A-27 and applicable case law regarding your obligation to file an affidavit of merit. 13. If you believe that you have any other cases involving the same adversary or arising from the same set of circumstances, check the box marked "yes." Otherwise, check "no." 14. If you checked "yes" to the previous question, enter the docket number(s) of any related cases. 15. If you believe you will be adding more parties to the case, check "yes." Otherwise, check "no." 16. If you are the plaintiff and know the name of the defendant's primary insurance company enter it in the box. Otherwise check "unknown." If you are the defendant and you have insurance that might cover or partially cover the damages complained of, enter the name of your insurance company.

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17.

If you and your adversary knew each other before the event giving rise to the law suit occurred, check "yes." Otherwise, check "no." If the answer was "yes", check the box next to the word(s) that best describe the relationship between the parties. If you believe that the statute governing your case provides for payment of fees by the losing party, (for example, the Law Against Discrimination), check "yes." Otherwise, check "no." If you believe that your case has some unusual circumstance which would require special attention, indicate the problem in the space provided. For example, if there is a witness who is ill or who may be unavailable, you should let the court staff know. If you are requesting any accommodation for a disability, check "yes" and indicate what is needed. Otherwise, check "no." If you are requesting an interpreter, check "yes" and indicate the language for which it is needed. Otherwise, check "no." The person whose name appears in Box 1 must sign the CIS in the space marked "Attorney Signature."

18.

19.

20. 21. 22.

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CIVIL CASE INFORMATION STATEMENT
Use for initial Law Division Civil Part pleadings (not motions) under Rule 4:5-1 Pleading will be rejected for filing, under Rule 1:5-6(c), if information above the black bar is not completed or if attorney's signature is not affixed.
1. ATTORNEY/PRO SE NAME 4. FIRM NAME (If applicable) 6. OFFICE ADDRESS 2. TELEPHONE NUMBER

FOR USE BY CLERK'S OFFICE ONLY

(CIS)

PAYMENT TYPE: CK CHG/CK NO. AMOUNT: OVERPAYMENT: BATCH NUMBER:

CG

CA

3. COUNTY OF VENUE 5. DOCKET NUMBER (When available) 7. DOCUMENT TYPE 8. JURY DEMAND

(

)

YES

NO

9. NAME OF PARTY (e.g., John Doe, Plaintiff)

10. CAPTION

11. CASE TYPE NUMBER (See reverse side for listing)

12. IS THIS A PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE CASE?

YES

NO

IF YOU HAVE CHECKED "YES," SEE N.J.S.A. 2A:53A-27 AND APPLICABLE CASE LAW REGARDING YOUR OBLIGATION TO FILE AN AFFIDAVIT OF MERIT.

13. RELATED CASES PENDING? YES NO 15. DO YOU ANTICIPATE ADDING ANY PARTIES (arising out of same transaction or occurrence)?

14. IF YES, LIST DOCKET NUMBERS 16. NAME OF DEFENDANT'S PRIMARY INSURANCE COMPANY, IF KNOWN NONE UNKNOWN

YES

NO

THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON THIS FORM CANNOT BE INTRODUCED INTO EVIDENCE.
CASE CHARACTERISTICS FOR PURPOSES OF DETERMINING IF CASE IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEDIATION 17. A. DO PARTIES HAVE A CURRENT, PAST OR RECURRENT RELATIONSHIP? YES NO IF YES, IS THAT RELATIONSHIP EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE FAMILIAL FRIEND/NEIGHBOR BUSINESS

OTHER (explain)

18. B. DOES THE STATUTE GOVERNING THIS YES NO CASE PROVIDE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES BY THE LOSING PARTY? 19. USE THIS SPACE TO ALERT THE COURT TO ANY SPECIAL CASE CHARACTERISTICS THAT MAY WARRANT INDIVIDUAL MANAGEMENT OR ACCELERATED DISPOSITION:

20. DO YOU OR YOUR CLIENT NEED ANYDISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS? 21. WILL AN INTERPRETER BE NEEDED? 22. ATTORNEY SIGNATURE

YES

NO

IF YES, PLEASE IDENTIFY THE REQUESTED ACCOMMODATION:

YES

NO

IF YES, FOR WHAT LANGUAGE:

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SIDE 2

CIVIL CASE INFORMATION STATEMENT
(CIS)
Use for initial pleadings (not motions) under Rule 4:5-1

CASE TYPES (Choose one and enter number of case type in appropriate space on the reverse side.)
Track I -- 150 days' discovery
151 175 302 399 502 505 506 510 511 512 801 802 999 NAME CHANGE FORFEITURE TENANCY REAL PROPERTY (other than Tenancy, Contract, Condemnation, Complex Commercial or Construction) BOOK ACCOUNT (debt collection matters only) OTHER INSURANCE CLAIM (INCLUDING DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ACTIONS) PIP COVERAGE UM or UIM CLAIM ACTION ON NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT LEMON LAW SUMMARY ACTION OPEN PUBLIC RECORDS ACT (SUMMARY ACTION) OTHER (Briefly describe nature of action)

Track II -- 300 days' discovery
305 509 599 603 605 610 699 CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT (other than CEPA or LAD) CONTRACT/COMMERCIAL TRANSACTION AUTO NEGLIGENCE PERSONAL INJURY PERSONAL INJURY AUTO NEGLIGENCE PROPERTY DAMAGE TORT OTHER

Track III -- 450 days' discovery
005 301 602 604 606 607 608 609 616 617 618 620 CIVIL RIGHTS CONDEMNATION ASSAULT AND BATTERY MEDICAL MALPRACTICE PRODUCT LIABILITY PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE TOXIC TORT DEFAMATION WHISTLEBLOWER / CONSCIENTIOUS EMPLOYEE PROTECTION ACT (CEPA) CASES INVERSE CONDEMNATION LAW AGAINST DISCRIMINATION (LAD) CASES FALSE CLAIMS ACT

Track IV -- Active Case Management by Individual Judge / 450 days' discovery
156 280 303 508 513 514 701 ENVIRONMENTAL/ENVIRONMENTAL COVERAGE LITIGATION ZELNORM MT. LAUREL COMPLEX COMMERCIAL COMPLEX CONSTRUCTION INSURANCE FRAUD ACTIONS IN LIEU OF PREROGATIVE WRITS

Mass Tort (Track IV)
248 266 271 272 274 275 276 277 CIBA GEIGY HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY (HRT) ACCUTANE BEXTRA/CELEBREX RISPERDAL/SEROQUEL/ZYPREXA ORTHO EVRA DEPO-PROVERA MAHWAH TOXIC DUMP SITE 278 279 281 282 283 284 601 619 ZOMETA/AREDIA GADOLINIUM BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB ENVIRONMENTAL FOSAMAX DIGITEK NUVARING ASBESTOS VIOXX

If you believe this case requires a track other than that provided above, please indicate the reason on Side 1, in the space under "Case Characteristics." Please check off each applicable category:

Verbal Threshold
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Putative Class Action

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