Chapman University School of Law
Mass torts have becomemoved center stage in the courts, the academy, and the popular press. The plight of mass tort victims—asbestos victims, Dalkon shield users, breast implant recipients, among others—has become standard fare in the media., and cCourts and commentators have struggled for several decades attempting to craft just and workable solutionsresolutions of mass tort liabilities. The challenge is to save the business, restructuring its debts, while providing fair treatment to future claimants and achieving a final resolution of their rights against the business.
The Future Claims Representative in Mass Tort Bankruptcy: A Preliminary Inquiry
Chapman Law Review
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