Andrew Bradt interviewed by Bloomberg BNA, January 21, 2015
Given how the high court has treated MDLs “in the past, as a collection of individual cases consolidated for pretrial and not a complete consolidation like a class action, the result was inevitable,” he said.
Andrew Bradt quoted in FairWarning, September 29, 2014
“The odds are long,” said Andrew Bradt … “but I would have no basis for saying there’s any shenanigans going on.”
Andrew Bradt quoted in Legal Newsline, March 22, 2013
“When we have large-scale litigation, the demands on the system are such that we have to have an efficient way to resolve it,” Bradt said. “It doesn’t make sense for there to be 10,000 cases in 10,000 courts across the country. It makes sense for there to be some kind of consolidated proceeding that prevents inefficient duplication of litigation.”