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Publications Type: Civil Justice Memo/Forum


The Employee Free Choice Act: Free Choice or No Choice for Workers
by Richard A. Epstein
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 45, March 2009

The Time for Legal Reform Is Now
by William E. Simon, Jr.
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 43, October 2005

The Seven Myths of Highly Effective Plaintiffs’ Lawyers
by Steven Hantler
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 42, April 2004

Toward Greater Judicial Leadership in Asbestos Litigation
by Steven Hantler
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 41, April 2003

Asbestos Litigation: Malignancy in the Courts?
by Lester Brickman
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 40, August 2002

Managed Care Liability
by Richard A. Epstein
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 39, Sept 2000

The Abuse of Opening Statements and Closing Arguments in Civil Litigation
by David E. Bernstein
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 38, August 1999

Dentists, Bartenders, and Lawyer Unpopularity
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 37, April 1999

Products Liability and the Threat to Contraception
by Marc Arkin
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 36, February 1999

Joiner, Scheffer and Kumho: Refining the Standards for Expert Evidence
by Peter W. Huber
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 35, December 1998

Creative Deposition
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 34, May 1998

Science in the Courts
by Peter W. Huber, Kenneth R. Foster
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 33, September 1997

Books to sue by: An employment-law self-help shelf
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 32, May 1997

Abusive Expert Testimony: Toward Peer Review
by L. William Luria, Dennis S. Agliano
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 31, April 1997

Class Actions: The New Ethical Frontier
by Lawrence W. Schonbrun
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 30, November 1996

Investigative Reports: Politics and the Trial Bar
by Carolyn Lochhead
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 29, October 1996

Science on Trial: Medical Evidence and the Law in the Breast Implant Case
by Marcia, M.D. Angell
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 28, August 1996

An Epidemic of Medical Malpractice? A Commentary on the Harvard Medical Practice Study
by Richard Anderson, M.D.
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 27, July 1996

Lawyers with Stethoscopes: Clients Beware
by Michael Fumento
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 26, June 1996

Legal Reform: Learning from the Commonwealth
by David E. Bernstein
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 25, May 1996

Taming the Litigators: Why Not More Disclosure?
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 24, February 1996

Under Siege: New York’s Liability Ordeal
by Richard Miniter
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 23, January 1996

Class Action Reform: Beyond Rhone-Poulenc Rorer
by Lester Brickman
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Research Memorandum 10), October 1995

Prohibitionism Goes To Court
by Jacob Sullum
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Research Memorandum 9), August 1995

Litigation, Incorporated
by Richard A. Hazleton
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Research Memorandum 8), July 1995

Taking the Long View Pays Off
by Peter W. Huber
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Research Memorandum 6), May 1995

Breast Implants: A Study in Phantom Risks
by David E. Bernstein
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Research Memorandum 5), April 1995

Assessing the Impact of the Daubert Decision: Junk Science: A Turnaround in the Courts?
by Peter W. Huber, Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Research Memorandum 4), February 1995

Government by Decree: The High Cost of Letting Judges Make Policy
by Peter D. Salins
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Research Memorandum 1), November 1994

Rethinking Contingency Fees
by Lester Brickman, Jeffrey O'Connell, Michael Horowitz
Civil Justice Memo/Forum (Booklet), January 1994

Award-Winning Journalism
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 22, September 1990

Liability and the Crisis in Obstetrics
by Carolyn Lochhead
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 21, May 1990

Putting Punitive Damages into Perspective
by Peter W. Huber
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 20, March 1990

The Underside of the Tort Business
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 19, February 1990

Manufacturing the Audi Scare
by Peter W. Huber
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 18, January 1990

Crime and Punishment in Business Law: A Conference
by Lorrie Giventer
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 17, October 1989

Some Thoughts on Punitive Damages
by Theodore Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 15, June 1989

Caveat Auditor: The Rise of Accountants' Liability
by Gary Lawson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 16, May 1989

The Risk Debate
by Peter Passell
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 14, May 1989

Canute's Revenge: Proposition 103 and its Aftermath | Proposition 106 and the Incompetent Consumer
by Scott Harrington, Peter W. Huber
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 13, February 1989

Election '88: The Courts as an Issue
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 12, October 1988

In the Public Interest
by Peter H. Schuck
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 11, August 1988

Toward Hired Gun Control?
by Brice Peyre
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 10, August 1988

The Shock of Discovery
by Walter Olson, Brice Peyre
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 9, July 1988

Communicating Ideas About Civil Justice
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 8, May 1988

Of Conspiracies and Crises
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 7, March 1988

The Liability and Regulatory Threat to Biotech
by Peter W. Huber
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 6, February 1988

Liability Law Conference: A Review
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 5, January 1988

Fall Update
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 4, November 1987

Judge Bork, Contraceptives, and Liability Reform
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 3, September 1987

Who Will Protect Us from Our Protectors?
by Peter W. Huber
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 2, July 1987

Comparative Risk
by Walter Olson
Civil Justice Memo/Forum 1, June 1987



 

 
 
 

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