W&L Law Faculty Ranks High in SSRN Judgments & Liens eJournal

Congratulations to Professors Christopher Seaman, Susan Franck and Doug Rendleman for their recognition in SSRN's list of top downloaded papers. In the Judgments & Liens eJournal Professor Seaman's article, Willful Patent Infringement and Enhanced Damages After In re Seagate: An Empirical Study, ranks third.   Professor Franck's article, Rationalizing Costs in Investment Treaty Arbitration, appears  … Continue reading W&L Law Faculty Ranks High in SSRN Judgments & Liens eJournal

Faculty Enclave

Every year, the faculty at W&L Law convene to share current scholarship and provide feedback to one another. Last week, seven faculty presented their papers and invited discussions, criticism, and suggestions for improvement. The presenters were as follows: Josh Fairfield: "Virtual Currency: How to Print Money for Fun and Profit" Aaron Haas: "The Marginalization of Religious … Continue reading Faculty Enclave

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

Prof. Rendleman on Punitive Damages

Professor Doug Rendleman, Robert E. R. Huntley Professor of Law, had his article, Common Law Punitive Damages: Something for Everyone, 7 U. St. Thomas L. J. 1 (2009), published in the University of St. Thomas Law Journal. The article was part of Professor Rendleman's keynote address for the school's Exxon Valdez Revisited: Rights and Remedies symposium. The article … Continue reading Prof. Rendleman on Punitive Damages