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CAFA: "Meaningful, perhaps, but hardly revolutionary"

The Federal Judicial Center in November released a report on the workings of the Class Action Fairness Act, which (contrary to some predictions made at the time) has in no way gotten the state courts out of the class action business, or swamped the federal courts with an inundation of transferred cases. Consumer Law & Policy had three posts on the news, here, here, and here, including an interview with Richard Willging of the Center.*

*Yes, we did note this in a roundup a few weeks ago, but with fewer links and none to the study itself, which was led by Emery Lee III of the FJC as well as Willging.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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