As part of a broad range of systemic reform initiatives, the Center has developed a unique expertise in several areas of complex federal litigation, including class certification, discovery, document management, expert evidence, the design and implementation of community service systems, enforcement of settlement agreements and system reform injunctions, remedial structures, and attorney's fees.
Documents and pleadings which may be helpful to attorneys litigating or considering the litigation of disability law related cases are available by following the links below.
A list and description of classes which have been certified or agreed to in reported and unreported disability related institutional reform cases: Certified classes in institutional reform cases 2/1/2001
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