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Turning Point: Civil Procedure: Economics of Civil Procedure

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Edition: 1st ed., 2003
Author(s): Bone


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This Turning Point: Civil Procedure: Economics of Civil Procedure title is organized around a set of policy puzzles and problems. It is especially important for students of civil procedure to understand the economics central to such procedure. It discusses how to predict the severity of frivolous litigation, and why some suits fail to settle and go to trial. Discovery, preclusion law, and attorney's fees are included in the economic analysis of litigation.

Table of Contents includes:
The Puzzle of Frivolous Litigation, or Why Would Anyone Ever File a Frivolous Suit?;
The Puzzle of Settlement, or Why Does Any Lawsuit Go to Trial?;
The Limits of Rational Choice;
Which Pleading Rule is Optimal?;
Should the United States Adopt the British Rule?;
The Limits of Normative Economics;
The Class Action.


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Format Paperback
Author Bone
ISBN 9781587781728
Edition 1st ed., 2003
Publisher West