Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Fifty Years of Class Actions - A Global Perspective

Theoretical Inquiries in Law has just published a symposium volume on FiftyYears of Class Actions - A Global Perspective

It's chock full of interesting ideas and features a keynote from Professor Arthur Miller (NYU).  Here's the table of contents (if the PDF links below don't work, the full volume is available at the link above):

Introduction PDF
Yael Braudo, TIL Editorial Board  
Keynote Address - The American Class Action: From Birth to Maturity PDF
Arthur R. Miller  
Publicly Funded Objectors PDF
Elizabeth Chamblee Burch  
Tiered Certification PDF
Shay Lavie  
Can and Should the New Third-Party Litigation Financing Come to Class Actions? PDF
Brian T. Fitzpatrick  
The Global Class Action and Its Alternatives PDF
Zachary D. Clopton  
Class Actions in the United States and Israel: A Comparative Approach PDF
Alon Klement, Robert Klonoff  
Regulation Through Litigation — Collective Redress in Need of a New Balance Between Individual Rights and Regulatory Objectives in Europe PDF
Brigitte Haar  
Towards Collaborative Governance of European Remedial and Procedural Law? PDF
Fabrizio Cafaggi  
Class Action Value PDF
Catherine Piché  
When Pragmatism Leads to Unintended Consequences: A Critique of Australia’s Unique Closed Class Regime PDF
Vicki Waye, Vince Morabito  
Rethinking the Relationship Between Public Regulation and Private Litigation: Evidence from Securities Class Action in China PDF
Robin Hui Huang  
The Regime Politics Origins of Class Action Regulation PDF
Agustín Barroilhet

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