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  MANHATTAN INSTITUTE PUBLICATIONS
Publications Type: Legal Policy Report


The Shadow Lengthens: The Continuing Threat of Regulation by Prosecution
by James R. Copland, Isaac Gorodetski
Legal Policy Report 18, February 2014

The FDA’s Misguided Regulation of Stem-Cell Procedures: How Administrative Overreach Blocks Medical Innovation
by Richard A. Epstein
Legal Policy Report 17, September 2013

Class Actions, Arbitration, and Consumer Rights: Why Concepcion is a Pro-Consumer Decision
by Ted Frank
Legal Policy Report 16, February 2013

Corporate Political Spending: Why the New Critics Are Wrong
by Robert J. Shapiro, Douglas Dowson
Legal Policy Report 15, June 2012

The Shadow Regulatory State: The Rise of Deferred Prosecution Agreements
by James R. Copland
Legal Policy Report 14, May 2012

Regulation by Prosecution: The Problems with Treating Corporations as Criminals
by James R. Copland
Legal Policy Report 13, December 2010

It's a crime?: Flaws in Federal Statutes That Punish Standard Business Practice
by Marie Gryphon
Legal Policy Report 12, December 2009

Greater Justice, Lower Cost: How a "Loser Pays" Rule Would Improve the American Legal System
by Marie Gryphon
Legal Policy Report 11, December 2008

Medical Malpractice Awards, Insurance, and Negligence: Which Are Related?
by Alexander Tabarrok, Amanda Agan
Legal Policy Report 10, May 2006

What We Know and What We Don’t Know about Modern Class Actions
by George Priest
Legal Policy Report 9, February 2005

One Small Step for a County Court . . . One Giant Calamity for the National Legal System
by John H. Beisner, Jessica Davidson Miller, Matthew M. Shors
Legal Policy Report 7, April 2003

Anatomy of a Madison County (Illinois) Class Actions: A Study of Pathology
by Lester Brickman
Legal Policy Report 6, August 2002

Class Action Magnet Courts: The Allure Intensifies
by John H. Beisner, Jessica Davidson Miller
Legal Policy Report 5, July 2002

Class Actions: The Need for a Hard Second Look
by Richard A. Epstein
Legal Policy Report 4, March 2002

They're Making a Federal Case Out of It . . . In State Court
by John H. Beisner, Jessica Davidson Miller
Legal Policy Report 3, September 2001

Reflections of a Survivor of State Judicial Election Warfare
by Justice Robert Young
Legal Policy Report 2, June 2001

The New American Rule: A First Amendment to the Client’s Bill of Rights
by Richard W. Painter
Legal Policy Report 1, March 2000



 

 
 
 

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