Vol. 57 Nbr. 5, April 2005
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- Introduction to the symposium.
- The hundred-year decline of trials and the thirty years war.
- Exploring economic and democratic theories of civil litigation: differences between individual and organizational litigants in the disposition of federal civil cases.
- Summary judgment and the vanishing trial: implications of the litigation matrix.
- The what and why of claims resolution facilities.
- Why me? The role of private trustees in complex claims resolution.
- Alternative courts? Litigation-induced claims resolution facilities.
- Class action "cops": public servants or private entrepreneurs?
- The class action counterreformation.
- Removing class actions to federal court: a better way to handle the problem of overlapping class actions.
- Assessing the case for employment arbitration: a new path for empirical research.
- ADR and the cost of compulsion.
- Creeping mandatory arbitration: is it just?
- The court's implicit roadmap: charting the prudent course at the juncture of mandatory arbitration agreements and class action lawsuits.
- Plea Bargaining's Triumph: A History of Plea Bargaining in America.