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Professor Allan Erbsen’s article “Impersonal Jurisdiction” was recently cited by the Iowa Supreme Court. In the case of State v. Rimmer, the court cited the article’s discussion of how the scope of a state’s territorial…

Professor Allan Erbsen was quoted in a Twin Cities Business article discussing a class action suit against Target. The suit by credit card issuers seeks compensation for injuries arising from a data breach in 2013. Erbsen noted the…
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently cited Professor Allan Erbsen's article "Constitutional Spaces." The case (Thomas v. Lynch) considered whether birthright citizenship extends to a person born on a U.…
Professor Allan Erbsen was quoted in a Forbes article entitled "Uber Case May Hinge on What the Drivers Want." In the context of discussing litigation in which the ostensible beneficiaries of remedies would prefer a different result…
Professor Allan Erbsen's scholarship was recently quoted by the highest courts in two states. The Supreme Court of Indiana quoted from Erbsen's article "Impersonal Jurisdiction" in the course of discussing how the scope of a…
Professor Allan Erbsen's article, "From Predominance to Resolvability," was cited and quoted…
Professor Allan Erbsen was a panelist in an online symposium about the future of class actions, hosted by SCOTUSblog, the Supreme Court of the United States blog. Erbsen's post focused on how the Supreme Court's decision in…
Professor Allan Erbsen commented on the Supreme Court's recent decisions addressing class actions (…
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit cited Professor Allan Erbsen’s article From “Predominance” to “Resolvability”: A New Approach to Regulating Class Actions, 58 Vand. L. Rev. 995 (2005). The Court quoted…