Redundant Public-Private Enforcement

@inproceedings{Clopton2015RedundantPE,
  title={Redundant Public-Private Enforcement},
  author={Zachary D. Clopton},
  year={2015}
}
REDUNDANT PUBLIC-PRIVATE ENFORCEMENTChief Justice Roberts: "[W]hat prevents attorneys general from around the country sitting back and waiting until . . . the plaintiffs' class prevails, taking the same complaint, maybe even hiring the same lawyers, to go and say, 'Well, now we are going to bring our parens patriae action, we know how the trial is going to work out, or we know what the settlement is going to look like, and we are going to get the same amount of money for the State? . . .'[T]he… CONTINUE READING

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