Monday, May 10, 2010
We really enjoyed hosting our Spring 2010 guest bloggers. Our guests explored a wide array of topics:
- Mike Green on "Let's Be Careful Out There"
- Richard Epstein on "Multiple Standards of Liability in Tort Law: Of context and categories"
- Kenneth Abraham on "Four Conceptions of Insurance"
- Alan Calnan on "Due Process, Probable Cause, Duty and Torts"
- Anita Bernstein on "Pervading"
- Ken Simons on "What can tort law (and tort law scholars) learn from criminal law (and criminal law scholars)?"
- Michael McCann on "'Game Presentation' and Torts: The Unappreciated Dangers of Flying Hotdogs"
- James Henderson on "The Moral Foundation of Tort"
- Richard Nagareda on "Developments in the Resolution of Mass Torts: The New Face of Client Consent"
- David Owen on "Foreseeability in Accident Law"
- Alex Long on "Should Tort Law Be Tougher on Lawyers?"
- Phoebe Haddon on "Update on the UMD Clinic and Thoughts on Don Gifford's New Book"
- Jennifer Wriggins on "Torts, Insurance, and the Value of Injury"
- Andrew Klein on "Science, Causation, and Toxic Torts"
- Mark Geistfeld on "Tax breaks for bad behavior? On the relation between income taxes, punitive damages and liability insurance"
Thanks to everyone who participated this spring. Guest Blogger Monday will return in the Fall.
- Sheila & Chris