Sunday, September 30, 2007

New Issue of Federalist Society Class Action Watch

The Federalist Society has posted the September 2007 issue of Class Action Watch.  Here's the list of articles:

    * Omission in FACTA Might Be Windfall for Plaintiff's Bar by Ted Frank
    * New Jersey and Missouri Supreme Courts Reject Lead Paint Public Nuisance Claims by   Mark Behrens & Christopher Appel
    * ALI Principles and Litigation Trends by James Beck
    * More Searching Fact-Based Scrutiny of Proposed Class Actions Reaches Securities and Antitrust Actions by Brian D. Boyle & Julia A. Berman
    * Fluid Recovery: Manufacturing "Common" Proof in Class Actions? by Jessica D. Miller & Nina Ramos
    * Has the Eleventh Circuit Set a New Standard for Federal Diversity Jurisdiction? by Kenneth J. Reilly & Frank Cruz-Alvarez

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