Table of Contents
Arthur R. Miller Keynote Address - The American Class Action: From Birth to Maturity
Elizabeth Chamblee Burch Publicly Funded Objectors
Shay Lavie Tiered Certification
Brian T. Fitzpatrick Can and Should the New Third-Party Litigation Financing Come to Class Actions?
Zachary D. Clopton The Global Class Action and Its Alternatives
Alon Klement and Robert Klonoff Class Actions in the United States and Israel: A Comparative Approach
Brigitte Haar Regulation Through Litigation — Collective Redress in Need of a New Balance Between Individual Rights and Regulatory Objectives in Europe
Fabrizio Cafaggi Towards Collaborative Governance of European Remedial and Procedural Law?
Catherine Piché Class Action Value
Vicki Waye and Vince Morabito When Pragmatism Leads to Unintended Consequences: A Critique of Australia’s Unique Closed Class Regime
Robin Hui Huang Rethinking the Relationship Between Public Regulation and Private Litigation: Evidence from Securities Class Action in China
Agustín Barroilhet The Regime Politics Origins of Class Action Regulation