April 26, 2007
Suja Thomas on "The PSLRA's Seventh Amendment Problem"
Posted by Christine Hurt

Suja Thomas (Cincinnati) now has a series of papers defending the role of the jury.  (See "Why Summary Judgment is Unconstitutional.")  Her latest, "The PSLRA's Seventh Amendment Problem," discusses whether the heightened pleading requirements effectively harm the right to a jury.  This paper should be interesting to those of us who may be familiar with the PSLRA, but not with that whole trial or constitution thingy.

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