- Title Pages
Chapter OneThe Ironic History of Class Actions
Chapter TwoThe Conservative Case for Regulation
Chapter ThreeThe Conservative Case for Private Enforcement
Chapter FourThe Conservative Case against Private Enforcement
Chapter FiveWhy Private Enforcement Needs Class Actions
Chapter SixAre Class Actions Meritless?
Chapter SevenDo Class Action Lawyers Get All the Money?
Chapter EightDo Class Actions Deter Wrongdoing?
Chapter NineThe Conservative Class Action
- The Conservative Case for Class Actions
- University of Chicago Press
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