In Praise of Litigation – Epub


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    In Praise of Litigation – Epub University of Connecticut Law School) Lahav, Alexandra (Professor of Law, Professor of Law º 8 review Free read ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF º University of Connecticut Law School) Lahav, Alexandra (Professor of Law, Professor of Law This is Alexandra Lahav’s ‘AL’ thesis that lawsuits are not all bad They are in her view good because they promote the four features that define American democracy – enforcement of law; transparency of law; self government; and social euality In support of her claim she refers to various examples of lawsuits She a

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    In Praise of Litigation – Epub Free read ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF º University of Connecticut Law School) Lahav, Alexandra (Professor of Law, Professor of Law The title of “In Praise of Litigation” is somewhat misleading on the surface but as you dig into the book you realize that it’s entirely appropriateI started encountering many of the obstacles to justice that Professor Lahav describes in her book as I began blogging about sports law a few years back To better understand why meritorious cases were being dismissed before trial and how the leagues always s

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    In Praise of Litigation – Epub in these days of fake news allegations and constant attacks in the judiciary and the rule of law this is a refreshing we'l researched and excellent book kudos to the author

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    In Praise of Litigation – Epub Wonderfully written and important perspective on the current state of tort litigation This is a message that deserves telling and th

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In Praise of Litigation review ↠ 108 And why it is ultimately a social goo. in these days of fake news allegations and constant attacks in the judiciary and the rule of law this is a refreshing we l researched and excellent book kudos to the author

Free read ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF º University of Connecticut Law School) Lahav, Alexandra (Professor of Law, Professor of LawIn Praise of Litigation

In Praise of Litigation review ↠ 108 In Praise of Litigation explains what. This is Alexandra Lahav s AL thesis that lawsuits are not all bad They are in her view good because they promote the four features that define American democracy enforcement of law transparency of law self government and social euality In support of her claim she refers to various examples of lawsuits She attempts to address the opposing views that is those that hold that litigation is bad She says that Even wrongs wrought by litigation can be repaired through litigation Without the lawsuit filed by the four disabled Americans against Taco Bell similarly disabled people would have to struggle to gain access into Taco Bell restaurants because their parking facilities were not friendly to disabled people There are problems arising from litigation or rather litigation may not serve the functions she says it can mainly because the courts and the administration are creating a system which does not help those who have no financial means to employ lawyers let alone good lawyers that are ever so important in an adversarial system of law such as that which the USA and the UK have In short if people cannot sue they will not be able to enforce the law obtain and reveal information that will discipline wrongdoers and participate in self government She is not in favour of arbitrations in which none of the features she mentions can be achieved because arbitration is a private process In fact she is against contracts in which a big organisation compels the individual consumer to agree to arbitration in the event of a dispute AL is not stirring litigation but is making the positive aspects of litigation a fair hearing because most people would shun going to court unless they are desperate

University of Connecticut Law School) Lahav, Alexandra (Professor of Law, Professor of Law º 8 review

In Praise of Litigation review ↠ 108 Civil society gains from litigation. The title of In Praise of Litigation is somewhat misleading on the surface but as you dig into the book you realize that it s entirely appropriateI started encountering many of the obstacles to justice that Professor Lahav describes in her book as I began blogging about sports law a few years back To better understand why meritorious cases were being dismissed before trial and how the leagues always seemed to have an upper hand on the players I began exploring other non sports cases to better understand the mystery and down the rabbit hole I wentProfessor Lahav confirms much of what I discovered on my own and adds new information that explains how and why regular people tend to be disadvantaged when they seek accountability and justice in both criminal and civil proceedings The case studies she includes are compelling examples of how our constitutional rights including the right to a day in court have been compromised through procedural rules and material ineuity and how prioritizing judicial efficiency has been costly to the ideals upon which our judiciary was foundedMost people presume certain rights until they seek to avail themselves of them only to find themselves stymied by procedures or loopholes they never knew existed and lost in the maze of trying to understand and navigate them In my interactions with athletes and a few others as they ve attempted to assert their rights and pursue justice I ve heard time and again that can t be legal to which I respond unfortunately it is At other times people tend to blame their lawyers for lengthy court battles because they don t understand the challenges involved in actually getting a case to trial Often when I attempt to explain I receive blank stares and utterances of disbeliefI think In Praise of Litigation should be mandatory reading for every American citizen Professor Lahav writes clearly and avoids legalese so that her explanations are readily understood by any reader an easy but highly informative read We can t fix what we don t understand and this book is an important remedy for the latterHer praise of litigation comes into play as Professor Lahav demonstrates how properly used and through empowering ordinary citizens litigation is a vital force in maintaining a healthy democracy and one we must protect rather than diminish

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