& Perwin, LLC.
Mass Tort Litigation is a relatively new area of law which has been created by society's advances in
marketing, producing, and distributing products. A mass tort is defined by one or more actors
injuring a great number of people by a common action or product. The similarity of the wrong (tort)
that was committed against numerous people allows their claims to be heard together. This bundling
of claims promotes judicial economy, but also creates a variety of new economic incentives and
disincentives for both plaintiffs and defendants.
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Designed by Jason S. Coomer 1/2005