Over the past decade, several developments - including computerization, popular dissatisfaction with the tort system, and increased acceptance of limited liability and strategic legal practice - have contributed to making liability avoidance easier. In an article published in the Yale Law Journal in 1996, Professor LoPucki predicted that these developments would result in the failure of the liability system. People and businesses will increasingly judgement-proof themselves until money damages can no longer be effective as a remedy. This seminar will examine the current use of corporate and LLC limited liability, secured credit, offshore and onshore asset protection trusts, asset securitization, successive bankruptcies, and other legal strategies for defeating liability. Students will write and present papers.