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Marie Gryphon.

Marie Gryphon was a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute’s Center for Legal Policy. As an attorney in private practice, she worked on ERISA, securities, class action, commercial contract, legal malpractice, and constitutional law cases. She has also been a legal and policy analyst with the Cato Institute, working on issues related to education policy. Her articles have appeared in Investor's Business Daily, Business Week, and National Law Journal Online. She holds a J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law and is a Ph.D. candidate in public policy at Harvard University.


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Business and Economy
  • Small Businesses Need "Loser Pays" in Court Washington Examiner, 03-17-09
  • Banking on a Scapegoat National Review Online, 10-07-09
  • It's a crime?: Flaws in Federal Statutes That Punish Standard Business Practice Legal Policy Report, December 2009
  • Criminal Probe May Cripple Response To Gulf Crisis Washington Examiner, 06-09-10


  • Crime
  • Court Late to Rescue Americans From Overcriminalization Roll Call, 12-11-09


  • Drug Importation and Price Controls
  • The right prescription for drug safety Washington Examiner, 12-04-08


  • Drugs
  • The right prescription for drug safety Washington Examiner, 12-04-08


  • Economic Development


    FDA Reform
  • The right prescription for drug safety Washington Examiner, 12-04-08


  • Judicial Selection
  • Judge Sotomayor's not-so-liberal moments Washington Examiner, 06-02-09
  • The Justices Get Creative On 'Honest Services' National Law Journal, 07-21-10


  • Law Enforcement
  • Congress Shouldn't Force Citizens to Fly Blind Washington Examiner, 09-28-10


  • Legal Issues
  • A Loser-Pays Model Would Make the Civil Courts System a Winner Los Angeles Daily Journal, 12-05-08
  • Greater Justice, Lower Cost: How a "Loser Pays" Rule Would Improve the American Legal System Legal Policy Report, December 2008
  • Common-Sense Justice in Alaska National Review Online, 10-28-08
  • To Curb Abuse In Civil Court, Loser Must Pay Investor's Business Daily, 12-22-08
  • The right prescription for drug safety Washington Examiner, 12-04-08
  • Judge Sotomayor's not-so-liberal moments Washington Examiner, 06-02-09
  • Marie Gryphon interviews John Hasnas about how criminal law creates moral dilemmas for corporate officers Podcast: Interview, July 1, 2009
  • Banking on a Scapegoat National Review Online, 10-07-09
  • Jury Rejects Prosecutor's Rigged Game Washington Examiner, 11-19-09
  • Court Late to Rescue Americans From Overcriminalization Roll Call, 12-11-09
  • It's a crime?: Flaws in Federal Statutes That Punish Standard Business Practice Legal Policy Report, December 2009
  • Cuomo's Questionable Case National Review Online, 02-16-10
  • Criminal Probe May Cripple Response To Gulf Crisis Washington Examiner, 06-09-10
  • The Justices Get Creative On 'Honest Services' National Law Journal, 07-21-10
  • When Freeing Criminal Defendants Is Conservative National Law Journal, 09-08-10


  • Litigation Industry
  • The Justices Get Creative On 'Honest Services' National Law Journal, 07-21-10


  • NYC Economy
  • Jury Rejects Prosecutor's Rigged Game Washington Examiner, 11-19-09


  • Politics
  • Cuomo's Questionable Case National Review Online, 02-16-10
  • How To Stop the Next Bruno Albany Times Union, 05-27-10


  • Race
  • Judge Sotomayor's not-so-liberal moments Washington Examiner, 06-02-09


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