May 20, 2022
Results: 81-90 of 90
Jonathan D. VaratBooks
Constitutional Law: Cases and Materials (with Vikram Amar and Evan Caminker). 16th ed. Foundation Press (2021). Prior editions: 15th, 2017 (with Vikram Amar); 14th, 2013 (with William Cohen and Vikram Amar); 13th, 2009; 12th, 2005; 11th, 2001; 10th, 1997; 9th, 1993; and 8th (with Edward L. Barrett, Jr. and William Cohen), 1989. Annual supplements: 1989-2021.
Business Associations: A Systems Approach (with Lynn M. LoPucki). Wolters Kluwer (2020).Articles and Chapters
Insider Giving (with S. Burcu Avci, Cindy A. Schipani, and H. Nejat Seyhun), 71 Duke Law Journal 619 (2021). Full Text Mixed Motives Insider Trading, 106 Iowa Law Review 1253 (2020). Full Text The Systems Approach to Teaching Business Associations (with Lynn LoPucki), 2020 Michagan State Law Review 703 (2020.3). Full Text Introduction and Overview (with Lynn M. LoPucki), in Business Associations: A Systems Approach, (Wolters Kluwer, 2020). Full Text Crypto Assets and Insider Trading Law’s Domain, 105 Iowa Law Review 1 (2019). Full Text Upstream Liability, Entities as Boards, and the Theory of the Firm, 74 The Business Lawyer 313 (2019). The Failure of Mixed Motives, 86 University of Chicago Law Review 725 (2019). Full Text Privatizing Personalized Law, 86 University of Chicago Law Review 551 (2019). Full Text The Enduring Distinction Between Business Entities and Security Interests (with Ofer Eldar), 92 Southern California Law Review 213 (2019). Full Text Insider Trading: Are Insolvent Firms Different?, 13 Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law 53 (2019). Full Text
Unassailable Ideas: How Unwritten Rules and Social Media Shape Discourse in American Higher Education (with Ilana Redstone). Oxford University Press (2020).Articles and Chapters
Algorithms, Housing Discrimination, and the New Disparate Impact Rule (with Virginia Foggo), 22 Columbia Science and Technology Law Review 1 (2021). Full Text Algorithms and Fairness (with Virginia Foggo and Pratyush Garg), 17 Ohio State Technology Law Journal 123 (2020). Full Text Artificial Intelligence, Due Process, and Criminal Sentencing (with Virginia Foggo), 2020 Michigan State Law Review 295 (2020). Full Text
Eugene VolokhArticles and Chapters
Bans on Political Discrimination in Places of Public Accommodation and Housing, 15 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 490 (2022). Libel by Omission of Exculpatory Legal Decisions, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 351 (2021). Full Text The Duty Not to Continue Distributing Your Own Libels, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 315 (2021). Full Text Treating Social Media Platforms Like Common Carriers?, 1 Journal of Free Speech Law 377 (2021). Shenanigans (Internet Takedown Edition), 2021 Utah Law Review 237 (2021). Full Text What Cheap Speech Has Done: (Greater) Equality and Its Discontents, 54 U.C. Davis Law Review 2303 (2021). The New Taboo: Quoting Epithets in the Classroom and Beyond (with Randall Kennedy), 49 Capital University Law Review 1 (2021). Full Text Anti-Libel Injunctions, 168 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 73 (2019). Full Text Chief Justice Robots, 68 Duke Law Journal 1135 (2019).
Neil J WertliebBooks
Litigating and Judging Business Entity Governance Disputes in California. LexisNexis/Matthew Bender Publisher (2019-Present). Contributing Author and Editor. Lexis Practice Advisor: Ethics For In-House Counsel, Contributing Author (2015-present). Ballantine & Sterling: California Corporation Laws. LexisNexis (2012-present). General Editor. Lifecycle of a Business. Course Reader (2002-present).
Lindsay WileyArticles and Chapters
Health Reform Reconstruction (with Elizabeth Y. McCuskey, Matthew B. Lawrence & Erin Fuse Brown), 55 U.C. Davis Law Review 657 (2021). Full Text Privatized Public Health Insurance and the Goals of Progressive Health Reform, 54 U.C. Davis Law Review 2149 (2021). Full Text The Personal Responsibility Pandemic: Centering Social Solidarity in Public Health and Employment Law (with Samuel R. Bagenstos), 52 Arizona State Law Journal 1235 (2021). Full Text Coronavirus, Civil Liberties, and the Courts: The Case Against “Suspending” Judicial Review (with Stephen I. Vladeck), 133 Harvard Law Review Forum 179 (2020). Full Text Democratizing the Law of Social Distancing, 19 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 50 (2020). Full Text Health Justice Strategies to Combat the Pandemic: Eliminating Discrimination, Poverty, and Health Disparities During and After COVID-19 (with Emily A. Benfer, Seema Mohapatra, & Ruqaiijah Yearby, ), 19 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 122 (2020). Full Text A Bold Agenda for the Next Steps in Health Reform, 48 (3) Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 390 (2020). Social Solidarity in Health Care, American Style (with Erin C. Fuse Brown, Matthew B. Lawrence & Elizabeth Y. McCuskey), 48 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 411 (2020). Governmental Public Health Powers During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stay-at-home Orders, Business Closures, and Travel Restrictions (with Lawrence O. Gostin), 323 JAMA 2137 (2020). Presidential Powers and Response to COVID-19 (with Lawrence O. Gostin & James Hodge), 323 JAMA 1547 (2020). Federalism in Pandemic Prevention and Response, in Assessing Legal Responses To COVID-19, (edited by Scott Burris, Sarah de Guia, Lance Gable, Donna E. Levin, Wendy E. Parmet, & Nicholas P. Terry, Public Health Law Watch, 2020). Full Text Feminist Perspectives in Health Law (with Seema Mohapatra), 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 103 (2019). State-Level Single-Payer Health Care from a Public Health Perspective, 109 American Journal of Public Health 1515 (2019).
Adam WinklerArticles and Chapters
Bank of the United States v. Deveaux and the Birth of Constitutional Rights for Corporations, 43 Journal of Supreme Court History 237 (2019).
Stephen C. YeazellBooks
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; With Selected Statutes and Cases (with Joanna Schwartz). Wolters Kluwer/Aspen Law & Business (2019). Prior editions: 1988-2018.
Jonathan M. Zasloff
Noah D. ZatzArticles, Chapters and Reports
Better Than Jail: Social Policy in the Shadow of Racialized Mass Incarceration, 1 Journal of Law & Political Economy 212 (2021). Full Text "Any Alternative Is Great If I’m Incarcerated:" A Case Study of Court-Ordered Community Service in Los Angeles County (with Melanie Sonsteng-Person (lead author), Lucero Herrera & Tia Koonse), 48 Criminal Justice and Behavior 32 (2021). Full Text Get To Work or Go To Jail: State Violence and the Racialized Production of Precarious Work, 45 Law & Social Inquiry 304 (2020). Full Text Employer Aversion to Criminal Records: An Experimental Study of Mechanisms (with Naomi F. Sugie (lead author) & Dallas Augustine), 58 Criminology (2020). Full Text Why Do Employers Discriminate Against People With Records? Stigma and the Case for Ban the Box (with Dallas Augustine (lead author) and Naomi Sugie) (UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, July 2020). Full Text The Carceral State at Work: Exclusion, Coercion, and Subordination, in Criminality at Work 496 (edited by Alan Bogg, Jennifer Collins, Mark Freedland & Jonathan Herring, Oxford University Press, 2020). Full Text Working to Avoid Incarceration: Jail Threat and Labor Market Outcomes for Noncustodial Fathers Facing Child Support Enforcement (with Michael A. Stoll), 6(1) RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 55 (2020). (Special issue on “The Criminal Justice System as a Labor Market Institution,” edited by Sandra Smith & Jonathan Simon.) Full Text Work, Pay, or Go To Jail: Court-Ordered Community Service in Los Angeles (with Lucero Herrera, Tia Koonse & Melanie Sonsteng-Person) (UCLA Labor Center, 2019). Full Text Discrimination and Labour Law: Locating the Market in Maldistribution and Subordination, in Philosophical Foundations of Labour Law 156-174 (edited by Hugh Collins, Gillian Lester & Virginia Mantouvalou, Oxford University Press, 2019). Full Text