A good article raises a normative question, wrestles with it, and ultimately answers it. A great article also inspires the reader to cogitate. Briana Rosenbaum's The Rico Trend in Class Action Warfare, is undoubtedly a great article. The article addresses a complex and interesting issue-the use of the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations ("RICO") statute to sanction attorneys-while also inspiring thought about other fascinating questions. My Response to the article will focus on one such question: What do we really know about aggregate litigation?
Brooke D. Coleman,
Aggregate Litigation & All That We Do Not Know, 102 Iowa L. Rev. Bull. 240