Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Law & Contemporary Problems Issue in Honor of Francis McGovern: Innovations in Complex Litigation and Settlement

Duke’s Law & Contemporary Problems has published an issue in honor of Francis McGovern, Innovations in Complex Litigation and Settlement. Here are the details and links to the symposium contributions:

Special Editors: Lynn A. Baker, Elizabeth Cabraser, & Robert Klonoff

David M. Bernick, David F. Levi & Christopher A. Seeger

In Memoriam: Professor Francis McGovern

Francis McGovern: The Consummate Facilitator, Teacher, and Scholar
Elizabeth Cabraser & Robert Klonoff

Francis McGovern: Special Master Par Excellence
Dan Polster

Francis McGovern: A Personal Remembrance
Vaughn R. Walker 


A Hub-and-Spoke Model of Multidistrict Litigation
D. Theodore Rave & Francis E. McGovern

In Defense of Private Claims Resolution Facilities
Lynn A. Baker & Charles Silver

Class Certification in the U.S. Courts of Appeals: A Longitudinal Study
Stephen B. Burbank & Sean Farhang

Many Minds, Many MDL Judges
Brian T. Fitzpatrick

MDL Drano: Rule 23-Based Solutions to Mass Tort Buildup
Myriam Gilles & Gary Friedman

Improving Our Understanding of Mass Claims Evolution, Management, and Resolution: A Research Agenda in Honor of Francis McGovern
Deborah R. Hensler

Rule 23 and the Triumph of Experience
Samuel Issacharoff

A Legend in His Own Time, and a Fixer for Mass Tort Litigation
Richard Marcus

Internal and External Governance in Complex Litigation
Troy A. McKenzie

Mature Aggregation and Angst: Reframing Complex Litigation by Echoing Francis McGovern’s Early Insights into Remedial Innovation
Judith Resnik





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