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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Articles from Perspectives on Mass Tort Litigation

Last April at Widener, we hosted a symposium entitled "Perspectives on Mass Tort Litigation."  The first of two issues of articles from the Widener Law Journal is now available.  It's a terrific lineup:

Christopher J. Robinette, Introduction Download Robinette_V23I1

Victor E. Schwartz & Mark A. Behrens, Asbestos Litigation:  The "Endless Search for a Solvent Bystander" Download Behrens&Schwartz_V23I1

Eduardo C. Robreno, The Federal Asbestos Products Liability Multidistrict Litigation (MDL-875):  Black Hole or New Paradigm? Download Robreno_V23I1

Byron G. Stier, The Sale and Settlement of Mass Tort Claims:  Alternative Litigation Finance and a Possible Future of Mass Tort Resolution Download Stier_V23I1

Thurbert Baker, Paying to Play:  Inside the Ethics and Implications of Third-Party Litigation Financing Download Baker_V23I1

Sheila B. Scheuerman, Mass Tort Ethics:  What Can We Learn from the Case Against Stanley Chesley? Download Scheuerman_V23I1

Nicholas P. Vari & Michael J. Ross, In a League of Its Own:  Restoring Pennsylvania Product Liability Law to the Prevailing Modern "Attitude" of Tort Law Download Vari&Ross_V23I1

S. Todd Brown, Bankruptcy Trusts, Transparency, and the Future of Asbestos Compensation Download Brown_V23I1

--CJR

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