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  • Paper: Atypical cases set bad precedent in federal civil litigation

    Photo of Suja A. Thomas, a University of Illinois law professor and expert in civil procedure

    Limiting the exchange of information in lawsuits to save time and money will negatively affect typical, run-of-the-mill cases, says Suja A. Thomas, a University of Illinois law professor and expert in civil procedure.

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  • Editor’s notes: To contact Suja A. Thomas, call 217-244-7614; email sathomas@illinois.edu.

    The paper “How Atypical Cases Make Bad Rules: A Commentary on the Rulemaking Process” is available online.