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FREE READ ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Pamela Pierson Pamela Pierson õ 0 REVIEW FREE READ RICO Trends: From Gangsters to Class Actions (Volume 65, Book 1 4) Eight parts Part I provides an overview of the RICO statute Part II explains the methodology used to gather the data in this study Part III discusses uantitative measurements from the data including how many RICO cases are decided each year and where they are brought Part IV describes the types of RICO cases brought under both criminal and civil RICO provisions Part V examines the issues that have dominated RICO court decisions from 2005 2011 Part V discusses how recent court decisions on issues of enterprise proximate causation and pattern make civil RICO cases easier than ever to plead and prove Part VI analyzes the outcome in RICO cases including who wins who loses and which circuits favor which side Part VII focuses on RICO class actions discussing past and future trends successes and failures Part VIII focuses on pharmaceutical fraud cases noting why they are especially ripe for use of civil RI.

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FREE READ ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Pamela Pierson Pamela Pierson õ 0 REVIEW FREE READ RICO Trends: From Gangsters to Class Actions (Volume 65, Book 1 4) This article addresses the uestion why isnt RICO used much RICO the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act both a crime and a civil cause of action was passed in 1970 with much fanfare The fanfare was deserved RICO was an imaginative criminal justice initiative aimed at complex systemic crime RICOs civil cause of action was viewed as a robust tool for plaintiffs and a vital supplement to strained law enforcement resources After conducting an in depth analysis of RICO opinions reported and unreported rendered by the federal appellate courts during the seven year time period from 2005 2011 this article has an answer to the uestion Criminal RICOs time has come and gone but civil RICOs potential has not yet been realized This article focuses on recent developments in case law that make civil RICO with regard to class actions and in the pharmaceutical fraud area newly viableThe data analyzed i.

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FREE READ ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ Pamela Pierson Pamela Pierson õ 0 REVIEW FREE READ RICO Trends: From Gangsters to Class Actions (Volume 65, Book 1 4) N this article suggests that criminal RICO is anachronistic Simplerstreamlined statutes are now available to achieve fareasily than RICO the benefits RICO used to uniuely bestow providing context for isolated acts linking far flung actors penetrating organizations to reach key players stiff sentences obtaining forfeiture of property used to commit crime and reaped from crime Civil RICO on the other hand is an untapped resource Used properly civil RICO is an optimal private attorney general tool and a boon for plaintiffs This is true for two reasons First RICO mandates treble damages at a time when because of court rulings and legislative actions many plaintiffs are limited to littlethan single damages Second in light of recent court rulings in RICO cases RICOs elements dovetail with class action reuirements of commonality and predominance making RICO class actions newly viableThis article proceeds in.

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  • RICO Trends: From Gangsters to Class Actions (Volume 65, Book 1 4)
  • Pamela Pierson
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  • 10 August 2020
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