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Distributing Attorney Fees in Multidistrict Litigation
(Journal of Legal Analysis, 2021)
As consolidated multidistrict litigation has come to dominate the federal civil docket, the problem of how to divide attorney fees among participating firms has become the source of frequent and protracted litigation. For ...
Unraveling "Williams v. Illinois"
(New York University Law Review Online, 2020)
This Essay addresses one of the key evidentiary problems facing courts today: the treatment of forensic reports under the Confrontation Clause. Forensics are a staple of modern criminal trials, yet what restrictions the ...
Completing the Quantum of Evidence
(Minnesota Law Review Headnotes, 2021)
In Evidentiary Irony and the Incomplete Rule of Completeness, Professors Daniel Capra and Liesa Richter comprehensively catalog the many shortcomings in current Federal Rule of Evidence 106 and craft a compelling reform ...
Conference on Best Practices for Managing Daubert Questions
(Fordham Law Review, 2020)
First, we like you, reject the purported divide between a legal academy and law practice observed and bemoaned by prominent American jurists like Judges Harry Edwards and Richard Posner. Elite academics like those in this ...