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Consumer Behavior and the Safety Effects of Product Safety Regulation
(Journal of Law and Economics, 1985)
A recurring issue in the economic analysis of risk regulation agencies is whether these efforts have had any significant favorable effect on safety. Although the existence of such an effect would not necessarily imply that ...
Back to the Future: A Time for Rethinking the Test for Resident Alien Status Under the Income Tax Laws
(Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 1988)
If the sole object of our tax law is certainty, then the quest for a bright-line, mechanical test would appear to be justified. Fairness, however, is an equally important objective. If fairness is sacrificed in our rush ...
Financing a College Education: A Taxing Dilemma
(Ohio State Law Journal, 1989)
The cost of sending a child to college in the United States is rapidly increasing. As a result, the need for families to plan ahead to meet this cost has never been greater. Paramount in making those plans is the consideration ...
The Intellectual Origins of the Constitution: A Lawyers' Guide to Contemporary Historical Scholarship
(Constitutional Commentary, 1988)
In the past twenty years, historians have greatly enriched our knowledge of the eighteenth-century ideas that underlie the Constitution. Much of this scholarship has been devoted to rediscovery of eighteenth century ...
An Essay Concerning Toleration
(Minnesota Law Review, 1987)
This essay has suggested, through review of two recent works, how toleration theory can and cannot be used to provide a viable alternative to both moribund liberal ideas and the increasingly successful program of the new ...
Selective Judicial Activism in the Equal Protection Context: Democracy, Distrust, and Deconstruction
(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 ...
The Early Virginia Tradition of Extra-Textual Interpretation
(Albany Law Review, 1989)
Capacity to Contest a Search and Seizure: the Passing of Old Rules and Some Suggestions for New Ones
(American Criminal Law Review, 1981)
Professor Slobogin examines recent Supreme Court decisions involving standing to challenge search and seizure violations, and argues that the Court's commitment to a "totality of the circumstances" approach has permitted ...
"New and Improved" Estimates of Qualification Discrimination
(Southern Economic Journal, 1985)
The early offer reform proposal for medical malpractice provides an option for claimants to receive prompt payment of all their net economic Losses and reasonable attorney fees. Using a Large sample of closed individual ...
Dangerousness and Expertise
(University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1984)
The defendant-first approach advocated in this Article is more difficult to implement than either the current policy admitting any proffered expert testimony or the exclusionary reform advanced by many commentators. It ...