This work provides a coherent summary of class action law. It also addresses a broader array of cases that may be bundled together for trial and/or settlement.
Reporter: Samuel Issacharoff, New York University School of Law
Robert H. Klonoff, Lewis and Clark Law School
Richard A. Nagareda, Vanderbilt University Law School
Charles Silver, The University of Texas School of Law
The Principles aim to help judges, legislators, and others make aggregation decisions correctly, and to improve the management of cases in which aggregation is allowed. In addition to formal aggregation in litigated settings, such as with class actions, the work addresses a broader array of cases that are bundled together and settled or tried to test the value of related claims.
Principles of the Law of Aggregate Litigation - Official Text
Hardbound | 1PLALOT | 2010 | 305 pages | $87.00
Summary of Contents
Director 's Foreword
Reporters ' Preface
Chapter 1 - Definitions and General Principles
Chapter 2 - Aggregate Adjudication
Topic 1 - Introductory Provisions
Topic 2 - Substantive Law as a Constraint on Aggregation
Topic 3 - Scope of Preclusion as a Constraint on Aggreagation
Topic 4 - Judicial Management of Aggregation
Chapter 3 - Aggregate Settlements
Topic 1 - Principles Common to Class and Non-Class Aggregate Settlements
Topic 2 - Class Settlements
Topic 3 - Non-Class Aggregate Settlements
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
In the Institute’s tradition, this authoritative volume combines clear black-letter provisions with extensive explanatory Comments, clarifying Illustrations, and detailed Reporter’s Notes.
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ISBN - 978-0-314-92735-4
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