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Reconciling The Juridical Links Doctrine With The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure And Article Iii, William D. Henderson Jan 2000

Reconciling The Juridical Links Doctrine With The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure And Article Iii, William D. Henderson

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Over the past three decades, the juridical link and concerted action exceptions have evolved from dicta in the Ninth Circuit's decision in La Mar to an amorphous and undertheorized body of case law that has dangerously merged procedural and jurisdictional issues. Drawing on the principles of class action jurisprudence set forth by the Supreme Court in Amchem and Ortiz, lower courts should consider the issues of class certification and Rule 20(a) joinder before turning to the issue of standing under Article III. Under this approach, courts would not be able to reconcile much of the juridical links case ...


Substance And Procedure In Capital Cases: Why Federal Habeas Courts Should Review The Merits Of Every Death Sentence, Joseph L. Hoffmann Jan 2000

Substance And Procedure In Capital Cases: Why Federal Habeas Courts Should Review The Merits Of Every Death Sentence, Joseph L. Hoffmann

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On Courts Herding Cats: Contending With The "Written Description" Requirement (And Other Unruly Patent Disclosure Doctrines), Mark D. Janis Jan 2000

On Courts Herding Cats: Contending With The "Written Description" Requirement (And Other Unruly Patent Disclosure Doctrines), Mark D. Janis

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Now V. Scheidler, Round Two, Craig M. Bradley Jan 2000

Now V. Scheidler, Round Two, Craig M. Bradley

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