The Review of Litigation

The Review of Litigation is a magazine focusing on Law

Articles from Vol. 31, No. 1, Winter

Bad Romance: The Uncertain Promise of Modeling Legal Standards of Proof with the Inference to the Best Explanation
I. INTRODUCTION ........................................................ 72II. INFERENCE TO THE BEST EXPLANATION: A BRIEF SUMMARY ............................................................... 73III. PROBLEMS WITH LEGAL STANDARDS OF PROOF AND POTENTIAL...
Incentivizing Safety in the Dietary Supplement Industry
I. INTRODUCTION ........................................................ 174II. THE PROBLEM: CURRENT STATUS OF THE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT INDUSTRY AND RESULTING HARMS ............................... 176A. Current Legislation ............................................................
LBJ V. Coke Stevenson: Lawyering for Control of the Disputed Texas Democratic Party Senatorial Primary Election of 1948
I. HISTORICAL LAWYERING AS A NEW VIEWPOINT ON LBJ V. STEVENSON .................................................................................. 2A. Historical Lawyering ........................................................... 2B. The Incomplete...
Limiting Justice: The Problem of Judicially Imposed Caps on Contingent Fees in Mass Actions
I. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................ 209II. ORIGINS OF JUDICIAL AUTHORITY TO REGULATE CONTINGENT FEES IN MASS ACTIONS ........................................................... 211A. The Judicial Capacity...
Rhetoric, Reality, and the Wrongful Abrogation of the Collateral Source Rule in Personal Injury Cases
I. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................... 99II. RHETORIC DIRECTED AT THE APPLICATION OF THE COLLATERAL SOURCE RULE IN PERSONAL INJURY CASES ............................ 104A. Illusions and Windfalls .......................................................
To Love and Die in Dixon: An Argument for Stricter Judicial Review in Cases of Academic Misconduct
I. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................ 147II. THE EVOLUTION OF DUE PROCESS FOR STUDENTS AT TAX-SUPPORTED COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ............................. 150A. The Dawn of Due Process: Dixon v....