Summer 2005
Volume 40, Issue 4

The Tort and Insurance Law Journal

Tort Talk
Joel Levin

Returning to "Go" (But Not Collecting $200): Reexamining Insurance Bad Faith in Light of Modern California Law on Summary Judgment, and the Genuine Dispute Doctrine
John D. Cross III

The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005: Overview, Historical Perspective, and Settlement Requirements
Linda Pissott Reig, Charles E. Erway III, and Brian P. Sharkey

The Medical Expert, Junk Reasoning, and Junk Science in Personal Injury Litigation
Henry Berry, M.D.

Federal Class Action Reform Legislation: The "Unfair" Approach to Addressing the Issues of Modern Mass Tort Litigation
Coby W. Logan




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