Articles

Vicarious Corporate Liability: Judges Should Credit Diligent Compliance When Evaluating Criminal Intent
Steven M. Kowal, Washington Legal Foundation Legal Backgrounder, March 2009

Making It a Federal Case: An Inside View of the Pressures to Federalize Crime
Rachel Brand, Heritage Foundation Legal Memorandum 30, August 2008

The State Tobacco Litigation and the Separation of Powers in State Governments: Repairing the Damage
Michael DeBow, 31 Seton Hall L. Rev. 563, 571-572 (2001)

A Most Dangerous Indiscretion: The Legal, Economic, and Political Legacy of the Governments' Tobacco Litigation
Margaret A. Little, 33 Conn. L. Rev. 1143 (2001)

Judicial Nullification of Civil Justice Reform Violates the Fundamental Federal Constitutional Principle of Separation of Powers: How to Restore the Right Balance
Victor E. Schwartz and Leah Lorber, 32 Rutgers L.J. 907 (2001)

Better Living Through Litigation?
Walter Olson, The Public Interest, Spring 1991