Thorough. Practical. Accessible. To my mind, these are the signal qualities of a first-class legal treatise.
The Class Action Fairness Act: Law and Strategy comfortably meets that high standard. Edited by Gregory C. Cook, former cochair of the ABA Section of Litigation's Class Action & Derivative Suits Committee, with chapters contributed by distinguished members of the plaintiffs' and defense class action bars, this handbook comprehensively treats the key considerations attendant to current class action practice under the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA).
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