The Principles aim to help judges, legislators, and others make aggregation decisions correctly, and to improve the management of cases in which aggregation is allowed. In addition to formal aggregation in litigated settings, such as with class actions, the work addresses a broader array of cases that are bundled together and settled or tried to test the value of related claims.... doctrine potentially applicable to misinformation transmitted by secondary actors, such as research analysts). ... decisions that had shied from the resolution of legal questions that bear on the satisfaction of class-certification requirements. ... upon an alleged tying arrangement whereby the plaintiff retailers were required to honor both the credit cards and the debit ... Another circuit initially formulated its view of the proper scope for judicial inquiry on a motion for class certification in aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles of the Law of Aggregate Litigation|
|Author||:||The American Law Institute|
|Publisher||:||The American Law Institute - 2010-03-01|