Courts of Convenience

Modern litigation procedure -- and class action procedure in particular -- affords lawyers ample scope to seek out venues and state laws favorable to their cases. While the U.S. Supreme Court has taken a few halting steps to curb the most flagrant excesses of forum-shopping, more is called for.

Peter Huber, Regulation, Sept./Oct. 1985



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