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…

DOJ's New Threshold for "Cooperation": Challenges Posed by the Yates Memo and USAM Revisions
Enforcement Gone Amok: The Many Faces of Over-Enforcement in the United States
Before the Flood: An Outline of Oversight Options for Third Party Litigation Funding in England & Wales
Insights & Inconsistencies: Lessons from the Garlock Trust Claims
The ILR Research Review - Winter 2015
The Waiting Game: Delay and Non-Disclosure of Asbestos Trust Claims
Trial Lawyer Marketing: Broadcast, Search and Social Strategies
A Perilous Patchwork: Data Privacy and Civil Liability in the Era of the Data Breach
MDL Proceedings: Eliminating the Chaff
Constitutional Constraints: Provisions Limiting Excessive Government Fines
Should I Stay or Should I Go? A Forum Non Conveniens Checklist
The Trial Lawyer Underground: Covertly Lobbying the Executive Branch
2015 Lawsuit Climate Survey: Ranking the States
101 Ways to Improve State Legal Systems: A User's Guide to Promoting Fair and Effective Civil Justice
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