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Pro-Business and Anti-Efficiency: How Conservative Procedural Innovations Have Made Litigation Slower, More Expensive, and Less Efficient

BY | May 14, 2013

Michael Eisenkraft, J. Douglas Richards, May 14, 2013 As detailed in a recent popular book by Jacob Hacker & Paul Pierson, recent decades have brought to America a well-orchestrated political…

Michael Eisenkraft, J. Douglas Richards, May 14, 2013

As detailed in a recent popular book by Jacob Hacker & Paul Pierson, recent decades have brought to America a well-orchestrated political campaign to favor the economic interests of large corporations over those victimized by torts and other wrongful corporate acts. Hallmarks of that campaign have included propagandistic messaging from the United States Chamber of Commerce and others about such supposedly widespread phenomena as “n

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