Aggregation has long been viewed as the primary, if not sole, vehicle for mass claims resolution. For a half century, scholars have consistently viewed the consolidated litigation of similar claims as the only mechanism for efficiently resolving mass claims. In this Article, I challenge that long-standing and fundamental assumption.
Disaggregative Mechanisms: Mass Claims Resolution Without Class Actions,
Emory L. J.
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