Amanda M. Rose

Amanda M. Rose
Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University Law School.

For helpful comments and conversations, I would like to thank Lynn Baker, Ben Berry, Brian Broughman, Elizabeth Cabraser, Brian Fitzpatrick, Todd Hilsee, Lee Kovarsky, Craig Lewis, Debbie Matties, Robert Mikos, David Siffert, Charlie Silver, Randall Thomas, Yesha Yadav, participants and panelists at the FTC’s workshop on Consumers and Class Action Notices, participants at Vanderbilt Law School’s 22nd Annual Law & Business Conference, and students enrolled in the University of Texas’s Colloquium on Current Issues in Complex Litigation. I am grateful to Regan Vicknair for excellent research assistance.

Class actions, brought on an opt-out basis under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(b)(3) and state analogues, are highly controversial.

The Regulation of Sovereign Wealth Funds: The Virtues of Going Slow
Richard A. Epstein
James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law, The University of Chicago Law School; Peter and Kirsten Bedford Senior Fellow, The Hoover Institution
Amanda M. Rose
Assistant Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University Law School

The authors thank participants at the Symposium, The Going-private Phenomenon: The Causes and Implications at The University of Chicago Law School for their helpful comments on an earlier draft.