The civil justice system in the United States is in a constant state of flux. Changes occur at both the state and federal levels, through both legislative and judicial actions. At the same time, judges face a constant barrage of new and innovative legal theories and procedural maneuvers. The goal of the annual symposium was to provide a platform that gave judges a systematic review and critique of the most important civil justice issues of the day.
Asbestos: Travails, Trusts, and Transparency
Daubert v Frye: The Evolving Standards for Expert Testimony
Drug Labeling, Preemption, and State Consumer Protection Laws
Contingency Fee Arrangements in Public Enforcement Actions: Are there Legal and Ethical Concerns?
Data Breaches and Privacy
The Impact of Insurance Restatements: Summarizing the Law or a Thumb on the Scale?