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Rethinking Mass Tort Law
The rapid rise in the number of mass tort claims over the past twenty years has put a great strain on our legal system. Unlike a simple tort, in which there is a single, identifiable wrongdoer and aExpand
The Undeniable Politics of Labor Law
Before Congress passed the Wagner Act in 1935, labor unions were confronted with a host of obstacles when attempting to organize and bargain collectively. Employers routinely fired employeesExpand