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Scott Dodson on Personal Jurisdiction and Aggregation

Published on: Author: Morris Ratner

In a new Northwestern University Law Review article titled “Personal Jurisdiction and Aggregation,” my colleague Scott Dodson unpacks how jurisdiction, preclusion, and joinder doctrines together enable aggregation, and highlights the increasing role played by personal-jurisdiction doctrine as a constraint.  This article is a welcome addition to the literature that highlights and ties together Professor Dodson’s… Continue reading

Scott Dodson on Jurisdiction in the Trump Era

Published on: Author: Rick Marcus

Scott Dodson is rightly regarded as “Mr. Jurisdiction” among American legal academics. He has written a spate of articles about many different jurisdictional issues that establish him as the leading authority of his generation on these subjects. In Jurisdiction in the Trump Era, a contribution to a symposium with Fordham Law Review, he draws on this expertise to… Continue reading

Scott Dodson on Reconceptualizing Jurisdiction

Published on: Author: Zach Price

My colleague Scott Dodson has established himself as one of the country’s leading civil procedure scholars by tackling some of the subject’s trickiest puzzles. In a recent article in the Georgetown Law Journal called “Jurisdiction and Its Effects,” Professor Dodson has done it again, training his sights on the vexed subject of jurisdiction. Professor Dodson… Continue reading

Scott Dodson on Rules Committee Amicus Practice

Published on: Author: Zach Price

My colleague Scott Dodson, one of the country’s leading civil procedure scholars, has written a fascinating new article urging a litigation role for the rules committees that draft federal procedural rules. Professor Dodson’s article, “Should the Rules Committees Have an Amicus Role?,” appears in the Virginia Law Review. The article argues that the rules committees… Continue reading

Scott Dodson on Rule 23’s Negative History

Published on: Author: Morris Ratner

In a forthcoming article in the New York University Law Review, my colleague Scott Dodson takes us through the looking glass by providing a “negative retrospective” of the class action rule that might have been. To anyone who feels comfortable with the current text of Rule 23, this is exciting and challenging reading, in part… Continue reading