CAFA Judicata: A Tale of Waste and Politics
The Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA) has taken on its real form through construction by federal judges. That form emerges in this empirical study of judicial activity and receptivity in regard to the Act. Our data comprise the opinions under the Act published during the two and a half years following its enactment in 2005.
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Catherine T. Struve
Stephen B. Burbank