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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…

As Kiobel Turns Two: How the Supreme Court is Leaving the Details to Lower Courts
The ILR Research Review - Spring 2015
Enforcement Slush Funds: Funding Federal and State Agencies with Enforcement Proceeds
Painting an Unsettling Landscape: Canadian Class Actions 2011-2014
The ILR Research Review - Winter 2014
Lawsuit Ecosystem II: New Trends, Targets and Players
Laboratories of Tort Law: A Three-Year Review of Key State Supreme Court Decisions
The FIRREA Revival: Dredging Up Solutions to the Financial Crisis
Perils and Pitfalls: Social Media Law and the Workplace
Unprincipled Prosecution: Abuse of Power and Profiteering in the New 'Litigation Swarm'
Federal Cases from Foreign Places: How the Supreme Court Has Limited Foreign Disputes From Flooding U.S. Courts
An Oversight Regime for Litigation Funding in Australia
Following Each Other's Lead: Law Reform in Latin America
Class Action Evolution: Improving the Litigation Climate in Brazil
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