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REPORT: PRELIMINARY STUDY OF COMPLEX LITIGATION [i] (February 19, 1987)

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The American Law Institute

Report
(February 19, 1987)

PRELIMINARY STUDY OF COMPLEX LITIGATION
Subjects Covered:
Chapter I. Introduction
Chapter II. Definition and Analysis of the Complex Litigation
Problem
Chapter III. Objectives in Handling Complex Litigation
Chapter IV. Existing Mechanisms for Processing Complex
Litigation
Chapter V. Gathering for Common Adjudication: Actions
Dispersed Among Federal Courts
Chapter VI. Intersystem Gathering
Chapter VII. Application of a Single Governing Law
Chapter VIII. Former Adjudication
Chapter IX. Federal Omnibus Complex Litigation Legislation
Conclusions and Recommendations

TIE EXECUTIVE OFFICE
THE AMtICAN LAW INSTITUTE
4025 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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