ILR’s cutting-edge research program examines the most pressing civil justice issues facing legal systems across the world. These papers by some of the world’s foremost legal experts offer potential solutions for a fairer legal system.

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ILR Briefly: Courting Confusion: Federal Securities Class Actions Don't Belong in State Courts

The U.S. securities litigation system is being actively exploited by plaintiffs’ lawyers, who routinely force investors to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in unjustified litigation and…

Litigation vs. Restoration: Addressing Louisiana's Coastal Land Loss
Ill-Suited: Private Rights of Action and Privacy Claims
Fairer, Faster, Better: An Empirical Assessment of Employment Arbitration
Arbitration Survey | March 7-11, 2019
MDL Imbalance: Why Defendants Need Timely Access To Interlocutory Review
ILR Research Review - Spring 2019
The Misuse of Public Nuisance Actions Paper
Waking the Litigation Monster: The Misuse of Public Nuisance
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Mitigating Municipality Litigation: Scope and Solutions
Containing the Contagion: Proposals to Reform the Broken Securities Class Action System
Risk and Reward: The Securities Fraud Class Action Lottery
ILR Research Review - Fall 2018
Costs and Compensation of the U.S. Tort System
A Rising Threat: The New Class Action Racket That Harms Investors and the Economy
A 'Fair Deal' for Consumers? An Update on EU Consumer Attitudes Towards Collective Actions and Litigation Funding
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