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Frequent Filers Revisited: Professional Plaintiffs in Securities Class Actions

Before Congress intervened in 1995, exploitative securities fraud class actions were rampant. Plaintiffs’ lawyers cultivated stables of so-called frequent filer plaintiffs, sometimes with cash…

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Frequent Filers Revisited: Professional Plaintiffs in Securities Class Actions
Spring 2022 Research Review
Spring 2022 | ILR Research Review | Volume 9, Issue 1
Fairer, Faster, Better III: An Empirical Assessment of Consumer and Employment Arbitration
ILR Briefly: The Monaco Memo: Unanswered Questions and Unintended Consequences
Turning the TCPA Tide: The Effects of Duguid
Fall 2021 | ILR Research Review | Volume 8, Issue 2
ILR Briefly: A Bad Match: Illinois and the Biometric Information Privacy Act
ILR Briefly: Twisted Blackjack: How MDLs Distort and Extort
Consumer Attitudes to Third Party Litigation Funding and its Potential Regulation in the EU
ILR Briefly: Courting Confusion: Federal Securities Class Actions Don't Belong in State Courts
The Food Court: Developments in Litigation Targeting Food and Beverage Marketing
ILR Briefly: Municipality Litigation: A Continuing Threat
Spring 2021 | ILR Research Review | Volume 8, Issue 1

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