Multidistrict litigation, Pre-trial procedure, Federal judges, Waiver of personal jurisdiction, Dispute resolution (Law)
The article focuses on the need of remand in multidistrict litigation under the 1968 Multidistrict Litigation Act (MDL Act). Topics discussed include transfer of multiple cases with common facts to the same federal judge for pretrial proceeding under the MDL Act, transfer of cases without any consideration of personal jurisdiction, and the need of resolving MDL cases favoring aggregation.
Edward F. Sherman,
When Remand is Appropriate in Multidistrict Litigation,
75 La. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/lalrev/vol75/iss2/8