Vol. 156 Nbr. 6, June 2008
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- The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 in historical context: a preliminary view.
- CAFA judicata: a tale of waste and politics.
- CAFA's impact on class action lawyers.
- Has the Erie doctrine been repealed by Congress?
- Class settlements under attack.
- The impact of the Class Action Fairness Act on the federal courts: an empirical analysis of filings and removals.
- Assessing CAFA's stated jurisdictional policy.
- The Class Action Fairness Act in perspective: the old and the new in federal jurisdictional reform.
- Lessons in federalism from the 1960s class action rule and the 2005 Class Action Fairness Act: "the political safeguards" of aggregate translocal actions.
- CAFA settlement notice provision: optimal regulatory policy?
- The role of choice of law in national class actions.
- Federal jurisdiction and due process in the era of the nationwide class action.
- Overruling Erie: nationwide class actions and national common law.
- Commentary on class settlements under attack.
- Procedure, politics, prediction, and professors: a response to professors Burbank and Purcell.