Is the Price Right? An Empirical Study of Fee-Setting in Securities Class Actions

By:  Lynn A. Baker, Michael A. Perino and Charles Silver


Every year, fee awards enable millions of people to obtain access to justice and strengthen the deterrent effect of the law by motivating lawyers to handle class actions. But little research ...READ MORE

Free Exercise Lochnerism

By:  Elizabeth Sepper


In this Article, I identify and critique a phenomenon I call Free Exercise Lochnerism. In promoting corporate religious exemptions from employment and consumer protections, litigants, scholars, and courts are resurrecting Lochner v. New York—a case symbolic of the ...READ MORE