- A Call for Reform of Recent Immigration Legislation
- First, Do No Harm: The Use of Covert Video Surveillance to Detect Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy- An Unethical Means of "Preventing" Child Abuse
- The New American Caste System: The Supreme Court and Discrimination Among Civil Rights Plaintiffs
- Expanding the Circle of Membership by Reconstructing the "Alien": Lessons From Social Psychology and the "Promise Enforcement" Cases
- The Arizona Jury Reform Permitting Civil Jury Trial Discussions: The Views of Trial Participants, Judges, and Jurors
- A Commerce Clause Challenge to New York's Tax Deduction for Investment in Its Own Tuition Savings Program
- The Role of "Stories" in Civil Jury Judgments
- Creating a Seamless Transition From Jury Box to Jury Room for More Effective Decision Making
- The Interplay of Race and False Claims of Jury Nullification
- The Rise and Fall of Affirmative Action injury Selection
- Jury Trials in the Heartland
- Jury Trial Techniques in Complex Civil Litigation
- The Constitutional Right of Poor People to Appeal Without Payment of Fees: Convergence of Due Process and Equal Protection in M.L.B. v. S.L.J
- Is There an Obligation to Listen?
- On Recovery in Tort for Pure Economic Loss
- Keeping Clean Waters Clean: Making the Clean Water Act's Antidegradation Policy Work
- Accountable Managed Care: Should We Be Careful What We Wish For?
- Establishing New Legal Doctrine in Managed Care: A Model of Judicial Response to Industrial Change
- Managed Care- The First Chapter Comes to a Close
- Playing Doctor: Corporate Medical Practice and Medical Malpractice
- Competing on Quality of Care: The Need to Develop a Competition Policy for Health Care Markets
- Moving Toward a Clearer Definition of Insider Trading: Why Adoption of the Possession Standard Protects Investors
- How Not to Think About "Managed Care"
- The Competitive Impact of Small Group Health Insurance Reform Laws
- Questioning Traditional Antitrust Presumptions: Price and Non-Price Competition in Hospital Markets
- Managed Care Regulation: Can We Learn from Others? The Chilean Experience
- Clearing the Way for an Effective Federal-State Partnership in Health Reform
- Exit and Voice in American Health Care
- Ethical Issues in Managed Care: Can theTraditional Physician-Patient Relationship Be Preserved in the Era of Managed Care or Should It Be Replaced by a Group Ethic?