Edited by Daniel Schwarcz and Peter Siegelman
Chapter 14: The artificial collective-action problem in lawsuits against insured defendants
14. The artificial collective-action problem in lawsuits against insured defendants Richard Squire* 24 I. INTRODUCTION Liability insurance complicates efforts to settle lawsuits. It introduces a conflict of interests whenever the trial outcome is...
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