Share this page Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInEmailMore options select BookmarksGoogle+MySpaceRedditStumbleUponTumblrYammer The Case for MDL Rulemaking: Current Practices . . . The Case for MDL Rulemaking: Current Practices and Future Procedure Current litigants cannot reliably predict the procedure that will govern their cases once they become part of an MDL. Judges and parties have struggled to respond to their unique procedural challenges, which has resulted in ad hoc and unclear rules that vary from one MDL to another. As cases in MDLs gain a dominant share of the federal docket, there is an ever-growing call to create a consistent set of MDL rules that would work in tandem with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. This program will discuss pending legislation, recent publications, and the arguments being made in favor of adopting rules and what those rules should be. Webinars are complimentary. Please note that the IADC does NOT apply for CLE Credit for its webinars. However, attendees are welcome to apply for and/or claim credit as their jurisdictions allow. Please contact your state accrediting agency for state-specific requirements and rules. When 1/23/2019 Where UNITED STATES Sign In Username Password Keep me signed in Forgot username? If you have never registered for an IADC meeting before, create a new account.