An Examination Before and Behind the “Entire Controversy” Doctrine, 28 Rutgers L.J. 7 (1996)
The "Entire Controversy" doctrine is unintelligible to lawyers,
the people who must make the crucial decisions in giving shape to a
complex civil litigation. There is no such thing ex ante-that is before dust
in litigation has begun to settle-as an entire controversy.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Hazard, Geoffrey C. Jr., "An Examination Before and Behind the “Entire Controversy” Doctrine" (1996). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2367.