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12/8/ AM ] Federalism, the Rehnquist Court, and the Modern Republican Party of these constraints are the dormant Commerce Clause and the doctrine of preemption. The dormant Commerce Clause prohibits state laws.
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In this deeply informed and thought-provoking book, lawyers and academics concerned with both the interests of employers and of employees will proceed with increased awareness as they work on reconciling the practical and theoretical constraints of class litigation. Backdoor Federalization; S. Issacharoff, C.M.
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Momentum matters in football, and in litigation. Catherine Sharkey and Samuel Issacharoff described that momentum in Backdoor Federalization, 53 UCLA L.
REV. But the Obama memo combined with the plaintiffs' win in Wyeth v. Levine enables us to Author: George Conk. K - Law in general. Comparative and uniform law.
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TRIAL, Feb. at 58 (reviewing the book of the same title); Brian Wolfmnan, Why Preemption Proponents Are Wrong, TRIAL, Mar.at 20, 2 1. 7See, e.g., Richard A. Epstein, The Case for Field Preemption of State Laws in Drug.
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The Brief in Favor of Federalization: Desire for Parity and Against the “Race to the Bottom” As noted at the outset, critics of workers’ compensation have long voiced dissatisfaction with the lack of uniformity among states in terms of which workers are covered, the parameters.
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"Backdoor Federalization: Grappling with the Risk to the Rest of the Country" Friday Afternoon Faculty Colloquium: Faculty Lounge, Townes Hall p.m. Jordan Steiker/Mary Hopkins McDonald: Nov. 7 Monday. Teresa Sullivan, Jay Westbrook. Keynote Address The Preservation and Rejuvenation of Aggregate Litigation: A Systemic Imperative Arthur R.
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The papers include an empirical study on incentive awards to class action plaintiffs by Theodore Eisenberg and Geoffrey Miller; an article on Backdoor Federalization by Samuel Issacharoff and Catherine Sharkey; an article considering various proposals to enhance fairness hearings by William Rubenstein; and a piece by Richard Nagareda discussing.
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A. The Backdoor Federalization Argument and Preemption The class action plaintiffs' bar's views on preemption doctrine find expression in a law review article by Professors Samuel Issacharoff () and Catherine M.
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Introduction. Judicial federalism is the set of doctrines and norms that govern the relationship between state and federal courts.1 That relationship, in turn, is at the center of the American legal system. It determines litigants’ access to federal court, the vertical distribution of judicial power, the coherence of federal and state substantive law, and the shape of procedural law.2 Most.
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candidate at Yale. Inhe worked as a visiting researcher at the Carnegie Moscow Center while on an Alfa.This Article advances a novel positive theory of tort law.
The Article’s core insight is that the benefit from the harm-causing activity determines the form and substance of tort liability. This finding is surprising and innovative, since tort scholars universally believe that the doctrines determining individuals’ liability for accidents—negligence, causation, and damage—are driven by.strategic intent throughout the Service and to make Clause reversed much of the New Deal era federalization of governance, allowing states far more is a backdoor strategic contributor – offering strategic guidance and insight, but not taking center stage.