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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Articles from Perspectives on Mass Tort Litigation, Part II

The second set of articles from the April 2013 symposium at Widener, Perspectives on Mass Tort Litigation, are now available.

Christopher J. Robinette, Introduction, Part II Download Robinette Intro 2 - Ready for Pub. 6.21.14

Aaron Twerski & Lior Sapir, Sufficiency of the Evidence Does Not Meet the Daubert Standards:  A Critique of the Green-Sanders Proposal Download Twerski - Ready for Pub. 6.17.14

Michael D. Green & Joseph Sanders, In Defense of Sufficiency:  A Reply to Professor Twerski and Mr. Sapir Download Green - Ready for Pub. 6.18.14

William P. Shelley, Jacob C. Cohn & Joseph A. Arnold, Further Transparency Between the Tort System and Section 524(g) Asbestos Trusts, 2014 Update  Download Shelley - Ready for Pub. 6.19.2014 

Bruce Mattock, Andrew Sackett & Jason Shipp, Clearing Up the False Premises Underlying the Push for Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust "Transparency" Download Mattock - Ready for Pub. 6.18.14

Scott B. Cooper & Lara Antonuk, The Royal Nonesuch:  How Tort Reformers Are Pulling One Over on Pennsylvania Download Cooper & Antonuk - Ready for Pub. 6.18.14

Congratulations to the Widener Law Journal for two great issues.

--CJR

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