Published in Medical Verdicts and Law Weekly, August 23rd, 2007
"By thus ''splitting the difference,'' judges can render a judgment that favors both litigants to some degree. What accounts for such mixed outcomes' Several theoretical perspectives provide potential explanations for this phenomenon. First, Galanter (1974) suggests that litigants with greater resources will achieve more favorable outcomes in the courts. Where two...
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