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Drones are revolutionizing America’s airspace and raising novel legal questions. Torts of the…

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Confronting the New Breed of Transnational Litigation: Abusive Foreign Judgments
Preventing Government Overpayments to Qui Tam Plaintiffs: Proposed Amendments to the False Claims Act
Creating Conditions for Economic Growth: The Role of the Legal Environment
The New Restatement: Blunting This Potentially Dangerous Trial Lawyer Weapon
Cy Pres: A Not So Charitable Contribution to Class Action Practice
Litigating in the Field of Dreams: Asbestos Cases in Madison County, Illinois
Restoring Balance: Proposed Amendments to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Tort Liability Costs for Small Business
Think Globally, Sue Locally: Out-of-Court Tactics Employed by Plaintiffs, Their Lawyers, and Their Advocates in Transnational Tort Cases
The Centre Cannot Hold: The Need for Effective Reform of the U.S. Civil Discovery Process
2010 State Liability Systems Ranking Study
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