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A Domestic Proposal to Revive the Hague Judgements Convention: How to Stop Worrying about Streams, Trickles, Asymmetry, and a Lack of Reciprocity
Article on a domestic proposal to revive the Hague Judgements Convention and how to stop worrying about streams, trickles, asymmetry, and a lack of reciprocity.
The E-FAC: One Year Later
This article discusses the Florida Administrative Register (FAR) and the Florida Administrative Code (FAC) one year after changes were made by the Florida Legislature.
The Effect of Bad-Faith Laws on First-Party Insurance Claims Decisions
This article describes a study of the legal distinctions among bad-faith laws and provides a theoretical foundation for the authors' hypotheses that bad-faith laws affect both economic and noneconomic damage amounts.
Flawed Promises: A Critical Evaluation of the American Medical Association's Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment
This book review describes the system outlined in the American Medical Association's Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, criticizes several of the authors' key claims, and discusses aspects of the book that are useful and defensible.
Indexing Open Access Law Journals... or Maybe Not
Article discussing research on the indexing of open access law journals, and the effects of a lack of indexing.
The Tort Law Debate, Efficiency, and the Kingdom of the Ill: A Critique of the Insurance Theory of Compensation
This article critiques and in large measure rejects the insurance theory of compensation. It contains an argument that the theory has fundamental failings--both normative and practical--that render it untenable as a primary guide to determining the appropriate compensatory sums in any programmatic setting.
Why a New Law School and Why Now? Speech to the Business Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association
This invited speech was delivered to the Business Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association. The speech addresses why the new UNT Dallas College of Law is being created and why now. The new UNT Dallas College of Law is anticipated to open in August 2014.