‘Law Reform’ Archive

On the Whole Postmodern in Law and Economics Thing January 18, 2012 2 Comments

Victor Davis Hanson, in this attached essay, claims that President Obama has a postmodern vision of law. I am not necessarily going to argue that point. I have maintained, already, that President Obama has what I call an allergy to antithesis. But I did feel moved to comment on the whole Postmodern in Law, or […]

Tort Reform and Avoiding Lawyers: Good and Bad Ways To Do It April 6, 2011 No Comments

One of the features of our legal system is that if an organization or business rips you off for $3 million, it’s pretty easy to get justice, but if it rips you off for $30, you’re out of luck unless you can inflate the worth of pain and emotional distress to $3 million.  And one […]