Entrepreneurial Litigation

Author: John C. Coffee
Publisher: Harvard University Press
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Litigation Costs Funding And Behaviour

Author: W. H. van Boom
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The advent and subsequent growth in third-party litigation investment in
Australian class actions has powerfully reinforced the perception that class
actions are entrepreneurial vehicles for their protagonists.5 It has also raised
concerns about the substantial transaction 1 For a discussion of the
entrepreneurial nature of uS class actions see JC Coffee, Entrepreneurial
Litigation: Its Rise Fall and Future (Cambridge: Harvard university Press 2015) ch
1. 2 See, for example, V Waye and V ...

In Praise Of Litigation

Author: Alexandra Lahav
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Integrated Res., Inc., 209 F.3d 43, 50 (2d Cir. 2000). Risk of losing is one of the
factors the court will look at, along with the level of investment the lawyers have
put into the case and other factors. For a very critical view of contingency fees,
see Lester Brickman, Lawyer Barons: What Their Contingency Fees Really Cost
America (2011), and for a more nuanced view, although still critical, see John C.
Coffee Jr., Entrepreneurial Litigation: Its Rise, Fall, and Future 28–29, 116–17 (

The Transformation Of Enforcement

Author: Hans W Miklitz
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Reliable sources of funding are needed in order to bring mass litigation. ... A
catch 22 situation arises that powerful financial incentives may be needed to
incentivise private enforcement, which inherently creates abuse, but if significant
balancing safeguards are imposed then litigation will be significantly dampened.
153 The ... different types of class actions can be found in JC Coffee Jr,
Entrepreneurial Litigation: Its Rise, Fall, and Future (Boston, Harvard University
Press, 2015).

The Rights Revolution Revisited

Author: Lynda G. Dodd
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... cases from 1988 to 2003, plaintiffs sought class certification in only 3 percent of
the cases, and a class was certified in only 1 percent of them). Class actions
under Title VII, the ADA, Section 1981, and Section 1983 must comply with
Federal Rule 23. The Equal Pay Act and the ADEA require members to “opt-in,”
using the procedures of Section 16(b) of the Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C.
§ 216(b). John C. Coffee, Jr. Entrepreneurial Litigation: Its Rise, Fall, and Future (
Cambridge, ...

Rights And Retrenchment

Author: Stephen B. Burbank
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New york: Cambridge University press, 2011. Coffee, John C., Jr. Entrepreneurial
Litigation: Its Rise, Fall, and Future. Cambridge: harvard University press, 2015.
Collins, paul M., Jr. “interest groups and Their influence on Judicial policy.” in
New Directions in Judicial Politics, edited by Kevin T. Mcguire, 221–37. New york
: routledge, 2012. Cooper, Edward h. “revising Civil rule 56: Judge Mark r. Kravitz
and the rules Enabling act.” Lewis and Clark Law Review 18 (2014): 591–614.

Termites Of The State

Author: Vito Tanzi
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Coffee, John C. Jr., 2015, Entrepreneurial Litigation: Its Rise, Fall, and Future (
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press). Cohen, Patricia, 2016, “Trump and
Congress Both Want Tax Cuts. The Question Is Which Ones,” The New York
Times, Sunday, November 13, p. 21. Collier, Paul, 2007, The Bottom Billion: Why
the Poorest Countries Are Failing and What Can Be Dome About It (New York:
Oxford University Press). Colm, Gerhard, 1955, Essays in Public Finance and
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Marketing And Advertising Law In A Process Of Harmonisation

Author: Ulf Bernitz
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... by the CPC network at http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/scoreboard/
performance_by_governance_tool/consumer_protection_co operation_network/
index_en.htm. 26 Commission's Report, COM (2014) 439. 27 ibid 4. 28 ibid 7. 29
Biennial Report 2012, 10, 13, available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/
enforcement/biennal_national_reports_en.htm#biennial. 30 Commission's
Report (n 26) 10, 11. 31 J Coffee, Entrepreneurial LitigationIts Rise, Fall, and
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Rethinking Legal Scholarship

Author: Rob van Gestel
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91 E.G.D. Kelemen, Eurolegalism The Transformation of Law and Regulation in
the European Union, Harvard University Press, 2011, who shows how the EU is
stuck in the pros and cons of class actions overlooking the deeper changes that
have already occurred in the European legal order; J. Coffee, Entrepreneurial
Litigation, Its Rise Fall and Future, 2015. 92 See: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/
understand_en.html. 93www.forschungsrahmenprogramm.de/horizont2020.htm.
94 R. van ...

The Anatomy Of Corporate Law

Author: Ezra Ripley Thayer Professor of Law Reinier Kraakman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Moreover, as discussed in Chapter 6, higher levels of U.S. private enforcement
go hand-in-hand with higher levels of public enforcement.120 Vibrant private
litigation prompts public enforcers to be more active themselves while,
conversely, private litigation feeds on evidence gathered by public enforcers.121
9.2.2 Private enforcement The chief private enforcement mechanism for investor
protection consists of investor lawsuits for damages, brought chiefly against
issuing companies.