Thursday, May 29, 2008

ABA Mass Torts Litigation Committee Spring 2008 Newsletter

The ABA's Mass Torts Litigation Committee has posted its Spring 2008 Newsletter, which includes the following articles:

Foreign Torts and the Commerce Clause: Territorial Limitations On State Power To Impose Punitive Damages, by William E. Thomson (Gibson Dunn)

Public Nuisance Update: This Dog is Still Barking, by Charles H. Moellenberg, Jr., Lisa G. Silverman, and Laura E. Ellsworth (all of Jones Day)

Climate Change Litigation: When and Where Will the Next Storm Hit, by Christopher R. Reeves (Swift Currie)

Shining a Spotlight on Stipulated Class Counsel Fee Awards—The Trend Toward Greater Judicial Scrutiny, by Christopher H. Angins (Holland & Knight)

Three Rules for Young Lawyers
, by Christopher G. Campbell (DLA Piper)


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