Title
LTM31no4issue_2REPRINT.qxd
By
calungce
Description
by Gary L. Sasso of bringing cases like this as class actions had nothing to do with giving a voice to thousands of class members whose injuries were so insubstantial that individual class members had no incentive to bring suit on their own. To the contrary, true class actions had more to do with providing a vehicle to obtain an efficient and definitive resolution of claims that simply could not be adjudicated piecemeal. The label of “spurious” class actions was a term of art. But its lay meaning...

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