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    • Viscusi, W. Kip (Michigan Law & Policy Review, 1996)
      Compensation for non-pecuniary losses is one of the most controversial components of tort liability. Newspaper headlines routinely feature occasionally extreme awards, such as the $2.9 million award to the women who spilled ...
    • Guthrie, Chris (Iowa Law Review, 2003)
      The prescriptive literature on negotiation advises negotiators to generate, evaluate, and select from multiple options at the bargaining table. At first glance, this "option-generation prescription" seems unassailable. ...
    • Ruhl, J.B. (Ecology and Society, 2012)
      Panarchy theory focuses on improving theories of change in natural and social systems to improve the design of policy responses. Its central thesis is that successfully working with the dynamic forces of complex adaptive ...
    • Edelman, Paul H.; Brams, Steven J.; Fishburn, Peter C. (The Journal of Philosophy, 2001)
      Paradoxes, if they do not define a field, render its problems intriguing and often perplexing, especially insofar as the paradoxes remain unresolved. Voting theory, for example, has been greatly stimulated by the Condorcet ...
    • Ruhl, J. B. (Pace Environmental Law Review, 2007)
      This article, fourth in a five-part dialogue appearing in the Pace ELR, further responds to Professor Bruce Pardy's critique of ecosystem management. I defend ecosystem management, arguing it does not involve the standardless, ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna; Farber, Daniel A., 1950- (Constitutional Commentary, 1996)
      The Supreme Court's recent decision in Romer v. Evans' has caused both joy and consternation. Among legal scholars, however, it has mostly engendered puzzlement. The Court explicitly avoided the most doctrinally plausible ...
    • O'Connor, Erin O'Hara, 1965- (Georgetown Law Journal, 1989)
      The purpose of parole is to integrate prisoners into society by allowing them to serve a portion of their sentences outside prison. While on parole, the parolee is subject to the continuing supervision of a parole or ...
    • Jones, Owen D.; Ginther, Matthew R.; Bonnie, Richard J.; Hoffman, Morris B.; Shen, Francis X.; Simons, Kenneth W.; Marois, Rene (The Journal of Neuroscience, 2016)
      The evolved capacity for third-party punishment is considered crucial to the emergence and maintenance of elaborate human social organization and is central to the modern provision of fairness and justice within society. ...
    • Rossi, Jim, 1965- (Northwestern University Law Review, 1997)
      This Article addresses the implications of broad-based participatory reforms for administrative process, with a particular focus on how participation reveals itself in different political-theoretic models of agency governance. ...
    • Guthrie, Chris; Levin, James (Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 1998)
      During the past fifteen years, the alternative dispute resolution movement has greatly altered the legal landscape. Courts, legislatures and administrative agencies have enacted more than 2000 laws dealing with mediation ...
    • Serkin, Christopher (Michigan Law Review, 2014)
      As conventionally understood, regulatory takings doctrine protects property owners from the most significant costs of legal transitions. Legal change has therefore always been central to regulatory takings claims. This ...
    • Ruhl, J. B. (Public Land and Resources Law Review, 2004)
      this article is designed to convince readers that the past, present, and future trends of the ESA are all the same. To provide context, Part I presents a brief overview of the structure of the statute and the kinds of ...
    • Seymore, Sean B. (University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 2018)
      Many patents cover inventions that do not work as described. Fingers often point to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (Patent Office), which is criticized for doing a poor job of examining patents. But the story is more ...
    • Seymore, Sean B., 1971- (Vanderbilt Law Review, 2011)
      The quest to achieve the impossible fuels creativity, spawns new fields of inquiry, illuminates old ones, and extends the frontiers of knowledge. It is difficult, however, to obtain a patent for an invention which seems ...
    • Clayton, Ellen Wright (Villanova Law Review, 2006)
      The question about the privacy of medical information can be stated simply: To what extent can and should patients control what the medical record contains and who has access to it and for what purposes? Patients often ...
    • Skiba, Paige Marta; Carter, Susan Payne (Review of Banking & Financial Law, 2012)
      Pawnbroking is the oldest source of credit. There is growing public interest in day-to-day pawnbroking operations, as evidenced by the popularity of reality shows such as “Pawn Stars” and “Hardcore Pawn.” Television viewers’ ...
    • Skiba, Paige Marta; Agarwal, Sumit; Tobacman, Jeremy (American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 2009)
      Using a unique dataset matched at the individual level from two administrative sources, we examine household choices between liabilities and assess the informational content of prime and subprime credit scores in the ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Minnesota Law Review, 2002)
      This article suggests that the Supreme Court's decision in Kyllo v. United States may not be as protective of the home as it first appears. Kyllo held that use of a thermal imager to detect heat sources inside the home is ...
    • Viscusi, W. Kip (The Journal of Legal Studies, 1990)
      The liability crisis of the mid-1980s has led to an extensive reexamination of the liability system. A number of explanations have been offered for the substantial increase in insurance premiums and, in some cases, a decline ...
    • Cheng, Edward K. (Virginia Law Review, 9/24/2007)
      The use of evidentiary rules to achieve substantive goals strikes me as a Faustian bargain, and, given Bierschbach and Stein's acknowledgedly tentative position, I hope to dissuade them of the virtues of the practice. My ...