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Corporate Law Symposium to Focus on Aggregate Litigation and Its Impact, April 1


Aggregate litigation and its impact on business are hot-button issues for courts, policy makers, practitioners and academics.  Calls for reform come from both critics and defenders of class actions, as courts work out implementation of Congress’s recent efforts to rein in perceived abuses -- the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act and the Class Action Fairness Act.  Recently, the ALI Aggregate Litigation Project focused on the serious problems of management, costs, and risks of underrepresentation presented by large cases and sought to identify good procedures for handling aggregate litigation.  At this year’s Corporate Law Symposium, panelists will present theory, empirical data and practical insights to explore various aspects of aggregate litigation from a variety of perspectives.  Space is still available; register today by contacting Lori Strait at 513-556-0117 or lori.strait@uc.edu. 

For more information, visit the symposium website.