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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…

The ILR Research Review - Spring 2014
Ripe for Reform: Improving the Australian Class Action Regime
As Kiobel Turns One, Its Effect Remains Unclear
Unclaimed Property - Best Practices for State Administrators and the Use of Private Audit Firms
Economic Consequences: The Real Costs of U.S. Securities Class Action Litigation
Frequent Filers: The Problems of Shareholder Lawsuits and the Path to Reform
What's Wrong with Securities Class Action Lawsuits?
Obstacles to Fair Trial: Asbestos Cases in West Virginia
Litigating in the Field of Dreams: Asbestos Cases in Madison County
A Docket on the Brink: Asbestos Litigation in Cook County
Do Class Actions Benefit Class Members?
The Juggernaut of TCPA Litigation: The Problems with Uncapped Statutory Damages
Fixing the False Claims Act: The Case for Compliance-Focused Reforms
Third Party Litigation Financing in Australia: Class Actions, Conflicts and Controversy
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