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A Response to the “Agenda for Civil Justice Reform in America”
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A 6 page overview of the issues surrounding civil litigation. Emphasizes that while it is true that excess litigation can prove a detriment to the country, there are definite needs which are not being addressed by the Civil Justice System. Uses examples from three books: Walter K. Olson’s “The Litigation Explosion”, Jonathan Harr's "A Civil Action", and Peter H. Schuck's "Agent Orange on Trial: Mass Toxic Disasters in the Courts" to illustrate the inadequacies of our civil justice system. Concludes that the civil justice system is more often an opponent of the “little guy” or the “weaker guy” than it is an advocate. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPcivJus.wps

A Theory of Negligence
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This 3 page paper provides an overview of the theory of negligence presented in an article by Richard Posner and the importance as it pertains to case law. This paper outlines the fundamental principles and refers to an article on the process. No sources cited.
Filename: MHNeglig.wps

Admissibility of 'Without Prejudice' Correspondences
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7 pages. Based on several court cases which are noted within this paper, the topic herein pertains to the statement that "parties should be encouraged as far as possible to settle their disputes without resort to litigation and should not be discouraged by the knowledge that anything that is said in the course of such negotiations may be used to their prejudice in the course of the proceedings" (Oliver, 306, 1984). Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: JGAdsput.rtf

Alternative Dispute Resolution / Is It Always An Alternative ?
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A 12 page paper discussing the move from litigation to arbitration. The paper discusses what ADR is, in what circumstances it is beneficial, and in what circumstances it may not be. Biblioraphy lists 10 sources.
Filename: Arbit.wps

American Justice and the Inadequacy of the Public Defense System
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This 7 page report discusses the fact that most Americans take a great deal of pride in the fact that the system of justice in the United States is the most balanced and even-handed of any judicial system in the world. However, the past several decades, if not longer, have demonstrated that it is actually the accused with the most money who has the greatest advantage in the judicial system of the United States. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWjud.wps

An Australian Overview of Tort
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This 5 page paper is an overview on Tort, the writer explains what tort is, and the three types of tort. The writer then looks at how Australian tort law is starting to differ from the form Anglo-Australian tort law. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEtortau.wps

Attorney-Client Privilege
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An 8 page paper on the adversary system and issues concerning attorney-client privilege. Writer analyzes both sides of the resulting controversy. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Attorcli.wps

Attorneys are Bad for America
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This 5 page paper summarizes and provides a discussion on a 2001 article that criticizes the state of litigation in America. Several cases are noted and the big tobacco lawsuit is used as a springboard for the criticism. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA151Att.rtf

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