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Book Review: Class Actions in Context: How Culture, Economics and Politics Shape Collective Litigation


“The new collection of Class Actions in Context1 is a must-read for class actions lawyers in North America and beyond. It is a true breath of fresh air in its contribution to the impact of social and economic factors lawyers often forget in the prosecution of their cases. Within its pages, counsel will find an informative review of collective litigation procedures around the world from a unique and welcome perspective: what informs the players, decision makers, and lawyers involved in collective litigation outside the courtrooms and boardrooms?”


Celeste Poltak


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