Brandon Schwartz Joins P&N’s Class Action Notice and Administration Group as Director of Notice

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Postlethwaite & Netterville (P&N), a leading consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Brandon Schwartz has joined the Class Action Notice and Administration Group. With over a decade of legal notice experience, Brandon will be responsible for developing customized legal notice solutions for clients related to class action notice and claims administration programs.

Prior to joining P&N, Brandon held a Director role for a nationally-recognized class action and mass tort settlement administration company, developing complex notice programs across antitrust, consumer, data breach, and TCPA cases, among others. Brandon has designed and implemented more than 100-high profile class actions in accordance with F.R.C.P. 23(c).

Brandon has sought to develop unique solutions using data analytics and media research to meet client challenges throughout his career. His knowledge of demographic research, reach and frequency methodology, digital and social media strategies, and Fed R. Civ 23(c)(2) compliance keeps clients informed of the best practices in legal notice design. He is the author of several articles pertaining to Rule 23 changes and notice design and implementation.

About P&N

Postlethwaite & Netterville, APAC (P&N) helps businesses and individuals across the country shape clearer paths forward. Since 1999, P&N has processed billions of dollars in settlement claims across a wide spectrum of practice areas, including antitrust, product liability, environmental, labor and employment, mass torts, etc. Backed by 70+ years of experience, we are one of the largest CPA and consulting firms in the Gulf Coast region and the only Top 100 U.S. firm based in Louisiana. With more than 550 professionals providing assurance, tax, consulting, and technology services, we have one purpose: creating clear, simplified pathways for clients’ success. Learn more at

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