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Torts of the Future: Drones

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Drones are revolutionizing America’s airspace and raising novel legal questions. Torts of the…

Recipe for Reform: A Proposal for Improving Canadian Class Action Procedures
Bad for Your Health: Lawsuit Advertising Implications and Solutions
Collective Redress Tourism:
Preventing Forum Shopping in the EU
Unstable Foundation:
Our Broken Class Action System and How to Fix It
Supporting Safeguards:
EU Consumer Attitudes Towards Collective Actions
and Litigation Funding
101 Ways to Improve State Legal Systems: A User's Guide to Promoting Fair and Effective Civil Justice - FIFTH EDITION 2017
2017 Lawsuit Climate Survey: Ranking the States
TCPA Litigation Sprawl: A Study of the Sources and Targets of Recent TCPA Lawsuits
On the Edge: New York County Asbestos Litigation at a Tipping Point
The ILR Research Review - Spring 2017
Watching it Work: The Impact of Ohio's Asbestos Trust Transparency Law on Tort Litigation in the State
Engineered Liability: The Plaintiffs' Bar's Campaign to Expand Data Privacy and Security Litigation
Torts of the Future: Addressing the Liability and Regulatory Implications of Emerging Technologies
The Growth of Collective Redress in the EU: A Survey of Developments in 10 Member States
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