Tuesday, December 22, 2009
We really enjoyed hosting our Fall 2009 guest bloggers. Our guests explored a wide array of topics:
- Jeffrey O'Connell on "Tort Liability as Social Insurance"
- Keith Hylton on "Is Tort Law Economically Efficient?"
- Tony Sebok on "Health Insurance Reform, Tort Reform and ERISA" - Part I and Part II
- Mike Rustad on "Unstuffing the Dog: Training Better Attorneys by Introducing Real-World Concerns in the Teaching of Torts" and his response to Ted Frank
- Jonathan Cardi on "Does Tort Law Really Deter?"
- Frank Vandall on "Justice Rewritten"
- John Oberdiek on "Corrective Justice and its Independence as an Ideal"
- Martha Chamallas on "Critical Torts Theory and the Measure of Injury"
- Victor Schwartz on "A Government Appointed Independent Commission on Judicial Reform Is Considering Establishing a Right of Appeal in West Virginia: It Should Be Done"
- Adam Scales on "Tort Law and Climate Change"
- John Goldberg on "What's Wrong With Torts?" - Part I and Part II
- Tim Lytton on "Is the Tort System a Litigation Lottery?"
- Ben Zipursky on "The Differential Treatment of Medical Devices and Drugs in Preemption Doctrine: A Justified Distinction?" and his Reply to Drug and Device Law Blog.
- Jason Solomon on "Thanksgiving, Football and Torts"
Thanks to everyone who participated this fall. Guest Blogger Monday will return in January.
- Sheila & Chris