Northwestern University Law Review
Numerous legal academics and practitioners have criticized the handling by plaintiffs' attorneys of large-scale class action and derivative lawsuits. These critiques point out attorneys' abuse of the legal system, ranging from purported collusion among plaintiffs and defendants.
Randall Thomas and Robert G. Hansen,
Auctioning Class Action and Derivative Lawsuits: A Critical Analysis, 87 Northwestern University Law Review. 423
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