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    • Viscusi, W. Kip; Gayer, Ted, 1970- (Regulation, 2002)
      After three decades of experience with extensive government regulation and oversight of health, safety and environmental matters, we have reason to believe that those measures have largely failed to fulfill their initial ...
    • Ricks, Morgan (University of Chicago Law Review Online, 2016)
      In Safe Banking, Professor Adam Levitin joins a venerable tradition in the money and banking literature. That tradition, called full reserve banking, has claimed a number of illustrious supporters over the years, including ...
    • Cheng, Edward K. (Michigan Law Review, 2006)
      For over twenty years, and particularly since the Supreme Court's Daubert' decision in 1993, much ink has been spilled debating the problem of scientific evidence in the courts. Are jurors or, in the alternative, judges ...
    • Viscusi, W. Kip; Hersch, Joni, 1956- (Southern California Law Review, 2010)
      This Article proposes that the value of statistical life ("VSL ") be used to set the total damages amount needed for deterrence when punitive damages are warranted in wrongful death cases. The appropriate level of total ...
    • Meyer, Timothy (Vanderbilt Law Review, 2017)
      2016 is the year that the political consensus in favor of liberalized international trade collapsed. Across the world, voters’ belief that international trade agreements lead to economic inequality threatens to derail ...
    • Thomas, Randall S., 1955-; Elst, Christoph van der (Washington University Law Review, 2015)
      Shareholders have long complained that top executives are overpaid by corporate directors irrespective of their performance. Largely powerless to stop these practices, in 2002, they prevailed upon the U.K. Parliament to ...
    • Fitzpatrick, Brian T.; Varghese, Paulson K. (University of Chicago Law Review, 2017)
      In the time since Justice Antonin Scalia’s untimely death, much has been written about what his influence has been and what his influence will be. In this Essay, we try to quantify Scalia’s influence in law school ...
    • Bressman, Lisa Schultz (The Yale Law Journal, 2000)
      The new delegation doctrine might seem perplexing to both sides of the current delegation debate. Either it is too intrusive on administrative prerogatives or it is not nearly intrusive enough. The new delegation doctrine ...
    • Cheng, Edward K. (Brooklyn Law Review, 2010)
      Most contemporary debates about scientific evidence focus on admissibility under Daubert and the Federal Rules of Evidence. That bias is quite understandable-after all, it is the framework imposed by the United States ...
    • Clayton, Ellen Wright (Houston Law Review, 1992)
      With the advent of new genetic technologies and the Human Genome Initiative, interest in the problems posed by genetic diagnostics in general, and by genetic screening in particular, has surfaced. Many recent works focus ...
    • Thomas, Randall S., 1955-; Cox, James D., 1943- (Duke Law Journal, 2003)
      This Article examines the overlap between SEC securities enforcement actions and private securities fraud class actions. We begin with an overview of data concerning all SEC enforcement actions from 1997 to 2002. We find ...
    • O'Connor, Erin O'Hara, 1965-; Allen, William H. (Lawyer) (Stanford Law Review, 1999)
      In his 1963 article in the Stanford Law Review, "Choice of Law and the Federal System," Professor William F. Baxter criticized the choice-of-law approach of the First Restatement of the Conflict of Laws. According to the ...
    • Sharfstein, Daniel J. (Yale Law Journal, 2003)
      "Spencer v. Looney" was one of dozens of cases decided in the eras of slavery and segregation that hinged on the question of whether a plaintiff or defendant was white or black. During the past decade, legal historians ...
    • Ruhl, J. B. (Environmental Law, 1995)
      This article probes the history, meaning, and potential applications of section 7(a)(1) of the Endangered Species Act, which by its terms imposes a "duty to conserve" on all federal agencies. The article examines how ...
    • Clayton, Ellen Wright; Burke, Wylie; Trinidad, Susan Brown (Hastings Law Journal, 2013)
      Genome sequencing technology provides new and promising tests for clinical practice, including whole genome sequencing, which measures an individual's complete DNA sequence, and whole exome sequencing, which measures the ...
    • Edelman, Paul H.; Thomas, Randall S., 1955- (Indiana Law Journal, 2012)
      Since their invention in 1982, shareholder rights plans have been the subject of intense controversy. Rights plans, or as they are known more pejoratively “poison pills,” enable a target board to “poison” a takeover attempt ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, 2016)
      This Essay, written for a symposium asking “Is the Rational Basis Test Unconstitutional?,” defends the bifurcated-scrutiny approach of Carolene Products and its famous footnote four. A growing cadre of conservative and ...
    • Sherry, Suzanna (Georgetown Law Journal, 1984)
      The equal protection clause, ambiguous in its language and its history,' has over the last three decades been transformed from the "last resort of constitutional arguments' into a significant force in shaping the American ...
    • Slobogin, Christopher, 1951- (Washington University Law Review, 2012)
      The Supreme Court's 2003 decision in Sell v. United States declared that situations in which the state is authorized to forcibly medicate a criminal defendant to restore competency to stand trial "may be rare." Experience ...
    • King, Nancy J., 1958- (Marquette Law Review, 2014)
      This article traces the fascinating history of early efforts to identify defendants and their prior convictions as well as the evolving use of prior convictions in aggravating punishment; examines how contemporary repeat ...