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Preemption and Choice-of-Law Coordination
(Michigan Law Review, 2013)
The doctrine treating federal preemption of state law has been plagued by uncertainty and confusion. Part of the problem is that courts purport to interpret congressional intent when often Congress has never considered the ...
How Modern Choice of Law Helped to Kill the Private Attorney General
(Mercer Law Review, 2013)
It is a great honor to be asked to deliver the second Annual Brainerd Currie Lecture at Mercer University School of Law. Brainerd Currie was an immensely influential law professor who is recognized as the leading scholar ...