Chapter 4.C.5 and 4.D.4--No-Fault Liability and Alternative Dispute Resolution
 

Further developing the "early offer" idea, see Jeffrey O'Connell & Evan stephenson, Binding Statutory Early Offers by Defendants, Not Plaintiffs, in Personal Injury Suits, 54 Depaul L. Rev. 233 (2005).

For an innovative proposal to streamline malprctice litigation according to the level of damages sought by plaintiffs, see Ralph Peeples & Catherine T. Harris, Learning to Crawl: The Use of Voluntary Caps on Damages in Medical Malpractice Litigation, 54 Cath. U. L. Rev. 703 (2005).

For additional discussion of ADR in medical malpractice generally, see Edward P. Richards & Thomas R. McLean, Administrative Compensation for Medical Malpractice Injuries: Reconciling the Brave New World of Patient Safety and the Torts System, 49 St. L. U. L. J. 73 (2004); Eleanor D. Kinnery, Administrative Law Approaches to Medical Malpractice Reform, 49 St. L. U. L. J. 45 (2004).

For analysis of a range of procedural reforms, including screening panels and special courts, see Catherine T. Struve, Doctors, The Adversary System, and Procedural Reform in Medical Liability Litigation, 72 Fordham L. Rev. 944 (2004).

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