VOLUME 44 - ISSUE 2 - Winter 2012
- Is the Class Half-Empty or Half-Full?
by Kenneth R. Feinberg
- Class Actions and State Authority
by Samuel Issacharoff
- Legal Process in a Box, or What Class Action Waivers Teach Us about Law-making
by Rhonda Wasserman
- Class Actions along the Path of Federal Rule Making
by Vaughn R. Walker
- Hijacked by Statistics, Rescued by Wal-Mart v. Dukes: Probing Commonality and Due Process Concerns in Modern Class Action Litigation
by Saby Ghoshray
- Advance Consent to Aggregate Settlements: Reflections on Attorneys' Fiduciary Obligations and Professional Responsibility Duties
by Carol A. Needham
- Reflections on the Future of Class Actions
by Robert H. Klonoff
- Due Process and the Future of Class Actions
by Alexandra D. Lahav
- Complex Litigation in New Jersey and Federal Courts: An Overview of the Current State of Affairs and a Glimpse of What Lies Ahead
by Hon. Brian R. Martinotti, J.S.C.
- Who Will Regulate Class Action Lawyers?
by Nancy J. Moore