Monday, November 16, 2009

Around the Web

Dan Levine, Pair of Plaintiffs Lawyers May Face Different Fates in 9th Circuit Disciplinary Action, The Recorder (discussing disciplinary action in Nicaraguan pesticides case).

Francis E. McGovern (Duke), The Second Generation of Dispute System Design: Reoccurring Problems and Potential Solutions, Ohio St. J. Disp. Resol. (2008) (posted on SSRN).

William H. Simon (Stanford & Columbia), Moral Freaks: Lawyers’ Ethics in Academic Perspective, Geo. J. Lgl. Ethics (forthcoming) (posted on SSRN).

Keith N. Hylton (Boston Univ.) & Haizhen Lin (Indiana), Trial Selection Theory and Evidence: A Review (posted on SSRN).

Neil Vidmar (Duke) & Mirya R. Holman (Duke), The Frequency, Predictability and Proportionality of Punitive Damages in State Courts (posted to SSRN).

Patrick M. Connors (Albany), Which Party Pays the Costs of Document Disclosure?, Pace L. Rev. (2009) (posted to SSRN).

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