Tiffaney Janowicz leads Rust’s consumer practice area, with a depth of experience in insurance and healthcare and telecom matters. She has overseen all aspects of administration for more than 200 settlements, including a large software manufacturer’s antitrust settlements for the states of California, Iowa, Minnesota, New York and Wisconsin, as well as the $100 million Thomson Consumer Electronic settlement. Janowicz has also managed many of Rust’s insurance-related settlements, including the first major race-based underwriting settlement, McNeil v. American General, and a number of credit life settlements, including Carter v. North Central Life Ins. Co.
Janowicz has been with Rust since 1996, focusing on large-scale, nationwide consumer matters.
Author, "Class Action Perspectives - Anticipating Claims Filing Rates in Class Action Settlements" (November 2008).
Speaker, "Class Action Notice and Claims Administration: Trends and Innovation," Women Antitrust Plaintiffs' Attorneys Networking Event (August 28, 2009).
Panelist, "Emerging Trends in Class Action Notice," CLE International 6th Annual Conference Class Actions: Hot Topics, Winning Strategies and More (June 14, 2010).
Panelist, "Mechanics, Logistics, & Statistics: How to Settle a Class Action Lawsuit," FDCC Section Presentations for CLE 2013 Winter Program (March 2013).
J.D., William Mitchell College of Law (Minnesota)
B.S. in marketing education, University of Minnesota
State of Minnesota