LESS THAN ZERO: WHY CALIFORNIA CLASS-ACTION BILL DOES NOT LIVE UP TO ITS HYPE AND IS ACTUALLY BAD FOR DEFENDANTS | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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LESS THAN ZERO: WHY CALIFORNIA CLASS-ACTION BILL DOES NOT LIVE UP TO ITS HYPE AND IS ACTUALLY BAD FOR DEFENDANTS

19 No. 1 WJANTI 11Jeffrey L. Richardson, Esq., Seth E. Pierce, Esq., and Christopher Elliott, Esq., Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp Westlaw Journal Antitrust (Approx. 8 pages)

LESS THAN ZERO: WHY CALIFORNIA CLASS-ACTION BILL DOES NOT LIVE UP TO ITS HYPE AND IS ACTUALLY BAD FOR DEFENDANTS

19 No. 1 WJANTI 11Jeffrey L. Richardson, Esq., Seth E. Pierce, Esq., and Christopher Elliott, Esq., Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp Westlaw Journal Antitrust (Approx. 8 pages)

19 No. 1 Westlaw Journal Antitrust 11
Westlaw Journal Antitrust
*1 April 11, 2011
Commentary
Jeffrey L. Richardson, Esq., Seth E. Pierce, Esq., and Christopher Elliott, Esq., Mitchell Silberberg & Knuppaa1
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LESS THAN ZERO: WHY CALIFORNIA CLASS-ACTION BILL DOES NOT LIVE UP TO ITS HYPE AND IS ACTUALLY BAD FOR DEFENDANTS

Jeffrey L. Richardson, Seth E. Pierce and Christopher Elliott of Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp examine the provisions of the recently proposed changes to California's class-action laws and discuss why the bill will likely fall short of its aim to...
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