Returning Courts To Their Owners

Law360, New York (August 31, 2011, 1:25 PM EDT) -- Litigation is too slow and too expensive to be a viable option for most people. Sometimes this is good — most disputes are and should be resolved through informal negotiations, mediation by a mutual friend, or by simply “letting it go.” But some disputes require something more elaborate, which in the United States usually means filing a lawsuit. The well-known problem is that far too often the only real winners in a lawsuit are the lawyers.

How then can we return the courts to the common...
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