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Private Antitrust Remedies: An Argument Against Further Stacking the Deck

Authors: Jonathan E. Nuechterlein and Timothy J. Muris, Sidley Austin LLP

Antitrust issues have risen to prominence in today’s public policy debates, largely on the back of growing populist…

Should State Law Rule the World? A Call for Caution in Applying State Law in Transnational Tort Cases
Improving the Environment for Business in Australia
Frequent Filers: Repeat Plaintiffs in Shareholder Litigation
Privatizing Public Enforcement: The Legal, Ethical and Due-Process Implications of Contingency-Fee Arrangements in the Public Sector
International Comparisons of Litigation Costs: Canada, Europe, Japan, and the United States
Land Rush: The Latest Legal Frontier of Unclaimed Property Enforcement and Litigation
The Trial Lawyers' New Merger Tax: Corporate Mergers and the Mega Million-Dollar Litigation Toll on Our Economy
The Exclusion Illusion: Fixing a Flawed Health Care Fraud Enforcement System
Legal Limbo: Seeking Clarity in How and When the Department of Justice Declines to Prosecute
Federalism, The Framers, and Federal Legal Reform: Setting the Record Straight
Stopping the Sale on Lawsuits: A Proposal to Regulate Third-Party Investments in Litigation
101 Ways To Improve State Legal Systems
2012 U.S. Chamber of Commerce State Liability Systems Ranking Study
The 2012 State Liability Systems Ranking Study
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