Vol. 148 Nbr. 6, June 2000
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- FOREWORD: CAUSES AND LIMITS OF PESSIMISM.
- Toward a cooperative strategy for federal and state judges in mass tort litigation.
- A response to Professor Francis E. McGovern's paper entitled Toward a cooperative strategy for federal and state judges in mass tort litigation.
- The futures problem.
- Back to the futures: privatizing future claims resolution.
- Commentary on the futures problem, by Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.
- Aggregation and settlement of mass torts.
- A response To Professor Cooper.
- Benign neglect reconsidered.
- Bankruptcy as a vehicle for resolving enterprise-threatening mass tort liability.
- A response to Professor Resnick: Will this vehicle pass inspection?
- Money matters: judicial market interventions creating subsidies and awarding fees and costs in individual and aggregate litigation.
- Thoughts about Professor Resnik's paper.
- Ethics matters, too: the significance of professional regulation of attorney fees and costs in mass tort litigation.
- Beyond maturity: mass tort case management in the Manual for Complex Litigation.
- Federalism and mass tort litigation.