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The Constitutional Limitations on Class Actions

January 2001
Mealey's Litigation Report: Class Actions, Page 34
Now that the Supreme Court has issued a blockbuster ruling on the constitutional limitations
on state election law,1 it seems like an appropriate time to consider the far more
common question of the extent to which the Constitution limits use and management of
the class action device.

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