Taft Chicago partner Ian Fisher was featured in a recent episode of Sound Advice, the American Bar Association’s (ABA) litigation podcast. Fisher and Girard Sharp partner Adam Polk discussed the Eleventh Circuit’s decision on the existence of an ascertainability prerequisite to class certification in Cherry v. Dometic and its implications on class actions pending in the Eleventh Circuit and nationwide. Click here to listen to the podcast.
Fisher and Polk are co-chairs of the ABA’s Class Actions & Derivative Suits Committee.
Fisher represents clients ranging from small entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 companies in commercial litigation matters involving real estate, antitrust, trade secret misappropriation, restrictive covenant, consumer, contract, and business tort disputes. He has substantial experience defending against class actions and navigating multidistrict litigation proceedings.