Issue Sequencing and Summary Disposition in an Efficient Legal Process
Legal process involves both information gathering and decisionmaking components. The field of legal procedure defines rules the affect the cost of accuracy of the legal process. Two important aspects of legal process involve the specification of relevent issues and the interaction between substantive and procedural rules. In this paper, we study the interaction in the design of optimal legal procedures.
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