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The Uncertain Promise of Predictive C...

ABSTRACT: Increasingly, machine-learning technologies known as “predictive coding” are automating document review in...

The Uncertain Promise of Predictive Coding
posted on: May 5, 2014 | author: Dana A. Remus

Avoiding Death by a Thousand Cuts: Th...

One of the most serious pathologies of the modern class action is the danger of serial attempts to certify a class...

Avoiding Death by a Thousand Cuts: The Relitigation of Class Certification and the Realities of the Modern Class Action
posted on: May 5, 2014 | author: Martin H. Redish & Megan B. Kiernan

Queues in Law

The Pacific Telegraph Act of 1860 created a “first in, first out” principle (“FIFO”). FIFO is...

Queues in Law
posted on: May 5, 2014 | author: Ronen Perry & Tal Z. Zarsky

A Market Approach to Regulating the E...

ABSTRACT: The United States faces a critical moment in environmental regulation. As tens of thousands of new...

A Market Approach to Regulating the Energy Revolution: Assurance Bonds, Insurance, and the Certain and Uncertain Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing
posted on: May 5, 2014 | author: David A. Dana & Hannah J. Wiseman

Flawed Coalitions and the Politics of...

ABSTRACT: Bipartisanship can be dangerous. In the late 1970s, liberal and conservative forces united to discard two...

Flawed Coalitions and the Politics of Crime
posted on: May 5, 2014 | author: David Jaros

Lessons from a Life Well-Lived: A Tri...

Randall P. Bezanson, the David H. Vernon Professor of Law at the University of Iowa, passed away at his daughter’s...

Lessons from a Life Well-Lived: A Tribute to Randall P. Bezanson
posted on: May 5, 2014 | author: Gail B. Agrawal

Remembering Randy Bezanson

Randall P. Bezanson, the David H. Vernon Professor of Law at the University of Iowa, passed away at his...

Remembering Randy Bezanson
posted on: May 5, 2014 | author: Todd E. Pettys

Tort Law in the Age of Statutes

ABSTRACT: The common law of torts is widely considered to be in conflict with the modern regulatory state. Tort law...

Tort Law in the Age of Statutes
posted on: Mar 1, 2014 | author: Mark A. Geistfeld

Equal Law in an Unequal World

ABSTRACT: The moral ideal of the rule of law is a basic principle of constitutional legitimacy, embodied in U.S. law...

Equal Law in an Unequal World
posted on: Mar 1, 2014 | author: Paul Gowder

Opt-Out Education: School Choice as R...

ABSTRACT: Despite failure to improve academic outcomes or close the achievement gap, school-choice policies, advanced...

Opt-Out Education: School Choice as Racial Subordination
posted on: Mar 1, 2014 | author: Osamudia R. James

The Natural Complexity of Patent Elig...

ABSTRACT: It has long been assumed that the doctrine of patent eligibility’s prohibition of patents on “laws of...

The Natural Complexity of Patent Eligibility
posted on: Mar 1, 2014 | author: Jacob S. Sherkow

How to Lie with Rape Statistics: Amer...

ABSTRACT: During the last two decades, many police departments substantially undercounted reported rapes creating...

How to Lie with Rape Statistics: America’s Hidden Rape Crisis
posted on: Mar 1, 2014 | author: Corey Rayburn Yung

Predicting Erroneous Convictions

ABSTRACT: The last thirty years have seen an enormous increase not only in exonerations of innocent defendants but...

Predicting Erroneous Convictions
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Jon B. Gould, Julia Carrano, Richard A. Leo & Katie Hail-Jares

Tax Planning for Marijuana Dealers

ABSTRACT: In recent years, many states have legalized marijuana while the federal government has not. But marijuana...

Tax Planning for Marijuana Dealers
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Benjamin Moses Leff

Healthism and the Law of Employment D...

ABSTRACT: Recently, several employers around the country announced they would no longer hire applicants who use...

Healthism and the Law of Employment Discrimination
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Jessica L. Roberts

The Psychology of Procedural Preferen...

ABSTRACT: This Article reports the findings of the first multi- jurisdictional study of litigants’ perceptions of...

The Psychology of Procedural Preference: How Litigants Evaluate Legal Procedures Ex Ante
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Donna Shestowsky

A Model Litigation Finance Contract

ABSTRACT: Litigation financing is nonrecourse funding of litigation by a non-party for a profit. It is a burgeoning...

A Model Litigation Finance Contract
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Maya Steinitz & Abigail C. Field

Choice Architecture and the Locus of ...

ABSTRACT: The insights of choice architecture have produced regulatory and voluntary changes that have expanded the...

Choice Architecture and the Locus of Fiduciary Obligation in Defined Contribution Plans
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Dana M. Muir

The Antitrust Constitution

ABSTRACT: Antitrust is today viewed almost exclusively in strictly economic terms. Under the nearly ubiquitous “rule...

The Antitrust Constitution
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Thomas B. Nachbar

Credit Reform and the States: The Vit...

ABSTRACT: Congress employed multiple strategies in the wake of the Great Recession to provide greater protections for...

Credit Reform and the States: The Vital Role of Attorneys General After Dodd-Frank
posted on: Feb 21, 2014 | author: Mark Totten

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