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Class Actions: The Need for a Hard Second Look

Richard A. Epstein, Manhattan Institute Civil Justice Report 4 (2002)

Professor Epstein discusses the conceptual framework of the class action device and, using those principles, attempts to "explain the ends to which class actions should be devoted and the mechanisms that might help advance their efficient use."




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