CAFA RESOURCES - LAW REVIEW AND JOURNAL ARTICLES
Below is a bibliography of law review and journal articles regarding CAFA. The entries are organized alphabetically by author, and links to the full texts are provided where available.
Behrens, Mark A. & Crouse, Andrew W. "The Evolving Civil Justice Reform Movement: Procedural Reforms Have Gained Steam, But Critics Still Focus on Arguments of the Past," University of Dayton Law Review (2006).
Floyd, Douglas. "The Inadequacy of the Interstate Commerce Justification for the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005," Emory Law Journal (2006).
Joseph, Gregory P. "Federal Class Action Jurisdiction after CAFA, Exxon Mobil and Grable," Delaware Law Review (2006).
Klonoff, Robert. "The Class Action Fairness Act: An Ill-Conceived Approach to Class Settlements," Tulane Law Review (2006).
Nagareda, Richard A. "Bootstrapping in Choice of Law after the Class Action Fairness Act," Vanderbilt Public Law Research Paper No. 05-40; University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review, Vol. 74 (Winter 2005).
Steinman, Adam N. "Sausage-Making, Pigs’ Ears, and Congressional Expansions of Federal Jurisdiction: Exxon Mobil v. Allapattah and Its Lessons for the Class Action Fairness Act," Washington Law Review (2006).
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