VOLUME 26 | SYMPOSIUM 2007 | NUMBER 4

Preface, Products Liability: Litigation Trends on the 10th Anniversary of the Third Restatement
Paul J. Neufeld, Editor in Chief

Punctuated Equilibrium: Why Section 402A Flourished and the Third Restatement Languished
George W. Conk

Has the Fat Lady Sung? The Future of Mass Toxic Torts
Deborah R. Hensler

The Bulk Supplier, Sophisticated User, and Learned Intermediary Doctrines Since the Adoption of the Restatement (Third) of Torts
Jeffrey W. Kemp and Lindsy Nicole Alleman

The Evolution of Products Liability Law
David G. Owen

Liability for Drugs in the U.S. and EU: Rhetoric and Reality
Jane Stapleton

Warning: You May Possess Continuing Duties After the Sale of Your Product! (An Evaluation of the Restatement (Third) of Torts: Products Liability’s Treatment of Post-Sale Duties)
Tom Stilwell

The Principles of Product Liability
Richard W. Wright


VOLUME 26 | SUMMER 2007 | NUMBER 3

Asbestos Lessons: The Consequences of Asbestos Litigation
Paul D. Carrington

Who Does the First Amendment Protect?: Why the Plaintiff Should Bear the Burden of Proof in Any Defamation Action
William G. Hagans

The Debut of Modern Constitutional Procedure
William M. Wiecek

NOTE: All That Glitters Isn’t Gold: Analyzing the Costs and Benefits of Litigation Financ
Courtney R. Barksdale

NOTE: Physicians at the Gates of Daubert: A Look at the Admissibility of Differential Diagnosis Testimony to Show External Causation in Toxic Tort Litigation
Ian S. Spechler

NOTE: Standing First: Addressing the Article III Standing Defects of Rule 23(b)(3) Class Actions Composed Wholly of Future Claimants
Isil Yildiz


VOLUME 26 | SPRING 2007 | NUMBER 2

Revolving Trapdoors: Preserving Sufficiency Review of the Civil Jury After Unitherm and Amended Rule 50
Steven Alan Childress

How Restitution and Unjust Enrichment Can Improve Your Corporate Claim
George P. Roach

Amended Federal Rule of Evidence 408: Trapping the Unwary
Robert A. Weninger

NOTE: Federal Circuit Antitrust Law and the Legislative History to the Federal Courts Improvement Act of 1982
David T. DeZern

NOTE: A Divided Duty: The EPA’s Dilemma Under the Endangered Species Act and Clean Water Act Concerning the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
Brian P. Gaffney

NOTE: Circumventing the Competition: The Reverse Engineering Exemption in DMCA § 1201
Paul J. Neufeld


VOLUME 26 | WINTER 2007 | NUMBER 1

Judicial Tort Reform in Texas
David A. Anderson

Overview of Multidistrict Litigation Rules at the State and Federal Level
Yvette Ostolaza & Michelle Hartmann

Mootness in the Class Action Context: Court-Created Exceptions to the “Case or Controversy” Requirement of Article III
Daniel A. Zariski, Leonard J. Feldman, Malaika M. Eaton, & Darin M. Sands

NOTE: Mining the Patent Thicket: The Supreme Court’s Rejection of the Automatic Injunction Rule in eBay v. MercExchange
David B. Conrad

NOTE: The Act of God Defense: Why Hurricane Katrina & Noah’s Flood Don’t Qualify
Casey P. Kaplan
Abstract

NOTE: Scheme Liability: Rule 10b-5(a) and Secondary Actor Liability after Central Bank
Nicholas Fortune Schanbaum


           
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