A critical reexamination of the Erie Railroad v. Tomkins decision, a decision that appears to be a rock-bottom foundation of American legal practice and learning. That impression, however, may not be the whole story.
Do broad federal preemption claims interfere with the states’ police power to protect their citizens against corporate misconduct?
Across-the-board limitations on discovery can restore a measureofsanityto our courtrooms.
This book considers federalism’s constitutional basis and its practical applications.
Congress must wean the FDA from its misapplied “first, do no harm” principle, which causes far more harm than it prevents.
This book is the first systematic study of the use and effectiveness of the antitrust consent decree in the federal enforcement of antitrust laws.