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Archive for April 8th, 2009

Hilary Hehman, Senior Research Analyst, Office of Court Research, Judicial Council of California, offered the following comment today, which deserves its own entry:

The Judicial Council of California just released the first in a series of reports detailing the findings of a study of class action litigation in California state courts. The first interim report has a section that discusses the CAFA effect in California. It is empirical legal research, but may still be of interest to you.

http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/reference/caclassactlit.htm

The first report is titled Findings of the Study of California Class Action Litigation, 2000-2006.  It provides statistics and analysis of trends in class action litigation in California.  The report provides a wealth of information that promises to be helpful to policymakers and practitioners alike.  Well done, Hilary, and please keep us posted on future reports.

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