VOLUME 25 | SUMMER 2006 | NUMBER 4

THE REVIEW at 25: Looking to a Bright Future
William G. Hagans, Managing Editor

An Introduction to THE REVIEW at 25: Looking to the Future of Litigation
Kathleen E. Weir, Editor in Chief

E-Discovery & Beyond: Toward Brave New World or 1984?
Richard L. Marcus

Segmenting Aggregate Litigation: Initiatives and Impediments for Reshaping the Trial Process
Edward F. Sherman
Abstract

The Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act: The Legislative Bid to Regulate Lawyer Conduct
Lonny S. Hoffman
Abstract

Privatizing the Justice System
Tracy Walters McCormack
Abstract

The Future of Litigation Ethics
Fred Hagans
Abstract


VOLUME 25 | SUMMER 2006 | NUMBER 3

Report on Contingent Fees in Class Action Litigation
Task Force on Contingent Fees, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association

Dissent from Recommendation to Set Fees Ex Post
Charles M. Silver
Abstract

Using All Available Information Stephen G. Breyer, Active liberty: Interpreting our Democratic Constitution
Max Huffman
Abstract

A Gorilla at the Dinner Table: Partizan Judicial Elections in the United States
Ryan L. Souders

The Forgotten Avenue of Reform: The Role of States in Electoral College Reform and the Use of Ballot Initiatives to Effect that Change
David S. Wagner

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: An Examination of a “Costly” Right to Silence for Corporate Employees in Criminal Investigations
T.H. Waters III


VOLUME 25 | SPRING 2006 | NUMBER 2

“Sinners Who Find Religion”: Advancement of Litigation Expenses to Corporate Officials Accused of Wrongdoing
Stephen A. Radin

Class Actions in Arbitration
Fred Hagans & Jennifer B. Rustay
Abstract

Scott M. Klein & Matthew C. Floyd

The Qualified Immunity Quagmire in Public Employees’ Section 1983 Free Speech Cases
Anne Gasperini DeMarco

DeWitt Clauses: Can We Protect Purchasers Without Hurting Microsoft?
Anthony G. Read

Interpreting the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: Why American Courts Need to Reconcile the Rights of Non-Custodial Parents, the Best Interests of Abducted Children, and the Underlying Objectives of the Hague Convention
Melissa S. Wills


VOLUME 25 | WINTER 2006 | NUMBER 1

Jurisdictional Implications in the Reduced Funding of Lower Federal Courts
James P. George
Abstract

The Other Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Laurens Walker
Abstract

Hiding the Inaccessible Truth: Amending the Federal Rules to Accommodate Electronic Discovery
Daniel B. Garrie, Matthew J. Armstrong, & Bill Burdett
Abstract

Bridging the Falcon Gap: Do Claims of Subjective Decisionmaking in Employment Discrimination Class Actions Satisfy the Rule 23(a) Commonality and Typicality Requirements?
Daniel S. Klein

Peer-to-Peer File Distribution: An Analysis of Design, Liability, Litigation, and Potential Solutions
Seth A. Miller
Abstract

Zealous Representation: An Examination of Judicial Privilege, the First Amendment, and Attorneys’ Statements to the Media
Kathleen E. Weir


           
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