Prof. Jost on the ACA

Professor Timothy S. Jost, the Robert L. Willett Family Professor of Law, recently had his article, The Real Constitutional Problem with the Affordable Care Act, 36 J. Health Pol. Pol'y & L. 501 (2011), in Duke's Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. The short article discusses constitutional issues raised by the Medicare cost control mechanisms found in the … Continue reading Prof. Jost on the ACA

Prof. Millon on Teaching Business Law

Professor David Millon, the J.B. Stombock Professor of Law, recently participated and contributed to a roundtable discussion on the popular blog, The Conglomerate, about teaching Business and Corporate Law. The group included Gordon Smith (BYU), Lisa Fairfax (George Washington), Afra Afsharipour (UC Davis), Kent Greenfield (Boston College), and Erik Gerding (Colorado). Professor Millon wrote about W&L's … Continue reading Prof. Millon on Teaching Business Law

Prof. Moliterno on Litigation

Professor James E. Moliterno, the Vincent Bradford Professor of Law at Washington and Lee, recently published his book, The Litigation Department Lawyer (West 2011). The book includes substantive material on civil procedure, evidence, and lawyer ethics, but the bulk of the book is devoted to sets of materials that students will use, directed by their professor, to … Continue reading Prof. Moliterno on Litigation

Prof. Rendleman on Restitution

Professor Doug Rendleman, Robert E. R. Huntley Professor of Law, will have his article, Measurement of Restitution: Coordinating Restitution with Compensatory Damages and Punitive Damages, 68 Wash. & Lee L Rev. __ (2011), published in the forthcoming volume of the Washington & Lee Law Review. The article was part of the W&L Law Review's spring symposium discussing the … Continue reading Prof. Rendleman on Restitution