Class Actions and Other Multi-party Litigation in a Nutshell
Covers all of the major topics of class action law and practice, such as commencement of a class action, requirements for class certification, class action discovery, notice to class members, "opt-out" rights, Seventh Amendment and due process issues, class settlements, remedies, appellate review, issue and claim preclusion, and ethical and policy issues. Also contains a special focus on securities, mass tort, and employment discrimination class actions, defendant class actions and shareholder derivative suits. Explores the latest cutting-edge issues in multi-party litigation and discusses numerous ground-breaking court decisions.
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Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23 Class
The 1938 Version of Rule 23
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Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litigation in a Nutshell, 4th
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