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COLLUSION: Judicial Discretion vs. Judicial Deception - The Impending Meltdown of the United States Federal Judicial System

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Approximately 40% of the civil cases pending in the nation’s federal courts are consolidated in MDLs. This has resulted in a shift away from the rule of law to a system of arbitrary justice. A single power-grabbing MDL judge is able to deny justice to hundreds of thousands of plaintiffs.

The meltdown of the U.S. federal judicial system will occur when the public realizes th
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Paperback, 476 pages
Published December 5th 2017 by Booklocker.com, Inc.
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Susan Q
Jan 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A must read for law school professors, law students, attorneys, judges (federal and state), and plaintiffs who may find themselves in the Multidistrict Litigation Black Hole.
Mitch
Jan 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Donovan is considered to be a leading authority on multidistrict litigation (MDL). This book is original and enormously important. It represents the first effort to view MDL from a non-Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee (PSC) attorney’s perspective. All who write about MDLs, whatever their perspective, will need to consider and address this provocative work. It is a superb book and explains how the collusive nature of MDL has devolved to the point where federal judges openly sanction the replacement ...more
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