The Case Analysis Seminar uses a dynamic format designed to highlight the practical applications and insights of economics to legal and public policy issues through detailed discussion of cases. The discussions, which are moderated by law professors, are intended to examine guiding principles from economics to the specific facts and law at the heart of each case. Judges are expected to be active participants in the discussions. Once accepted to the seminar, judges will be asked to rank potential topics that they would like to have discussed. Topics covered by previous Case Analysis Seminars include: Takings, Valuation, Federalism, Corporate Governance, Securities Regulation, Class Actions, Standing, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Civil Procedure, Taxation, Health Care, Expert Testimony and Scientific Methodology, Products Liability, Insurance, Antitrust, Intellectual Property, Employment Contracts, and Free Speech.