MULTIDISTRICT LITIGATION: A SPECIAL REPORT

The states are getting in on the MDL action

They're reacting to the federal system's success and to an onslaught of complex litigation.

, The National Law Journal

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The field of combat in the Toyota sudden-acceleration litigation is the Central District of California, where 300 cases have been coordinated in federal multidistrict litigation. But there are plenty of side skirmishes in state courts, which over the years have emulated the federal coordination system.

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