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Louisiana High Court Further Defines Due-Process Limits on Punitive Damages
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By F. Charles Marionneaux, a Partner, and Jade Shaffer, an Associate, with Bienvenu, Bonnecaze, Foco, Viator & Holinga, APLLC, in Baton Rouge, LA.
Legal Opinion Letter, February 16, 2018
Litigating over Empty Space: Public and Private Plaintiffs Target Consumer Class Actions at “Slack Fill”
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Robert S. Niemann, a Partner with Keller and Heckman LLP in the firm’s San Francisco, CA office, and Jill M. Mahoney, a law graduate in the firm’s Washington, DC office.
Legal Backgrounder, February 2, 2018
Can Changes in Personal Jurisdiction, Venue Law Force Missouri Talc Litigation to Take a Powder?
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Justin L. Arnold, General Counsel of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Jefferson City, MO.
Legal Backgrounder, January 12, 2018
A Potential Path for the DOJ’s U.S. Trustee Program to Challenge Fraud in Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Anthony Grossi, a Partner in the Restructuring Group of Kirkland & Ellis LLP in the firm’s New York, NY office. 
Legal Opinion Letter, December 8, 2017
Deep Pocket Jurisprudence: Where Tort Law Should Draw the Line
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Victor E. Schwartz, Co-Chair of the Public Policy Group of Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P., practicing in the firm’s Washington, DC office.
Legal Backgrounder, December 8, 2017
In "Spokeo" Remand, Ninth Circuit Adopts Hybrid Approach to Statutory-Standing Analysis
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Andrew C. Glass and Gregory N. Blase, Partners, and Roger L. Smerage and Hollee M. Watson, Associates, with K&L Gates LLP in the firm’s Boston, MA office.
Legal Opinion Letter, October 20, 2017
Removal and Lack of Personal Jurisdiction: A Potent One-Two Punch in Multi-Plaintiff Lawsuits
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Martin C. Calhoun, a Partner with Hollingsworth LLP in Washington, D.C.
Legal Opinion Letter, October 6, 2017
Skin in the Game: A Proposed Co-Pay Requirement for Discovery-Requesting Parties
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By Robert D. Owen, a Partner with Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP in the firm’s New York, NY office and President of the Electronic Discovery Institute, and Francis X. Nolan, an Associate with the firm.
Legal Backgrounder, October 6, 2017
Multidistrict Litigation Reform: The Case for Earlier Application of Federal Pleading Standards
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By James M. Beck, Senior Life Sciences Policy Analyst with Reed Smith LLP in its Philadelphia, PA office.
Working Paper, September 2017
The “Complete Diversity” Requirement for Federal Jurisdiction: Time to Correct this 210-Year-Old Error
Topic: Civil Justice Reform
By E. Donald Elliott, Professor (Adjunct) of Law at Yale Law School and Senior Of Counsel to Covington & Burling LLP in its Washington, DC office.
Legal Opinion Letter, July 28, 2017
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