1.          Volume 24, Issue 2

We are proud to present Volume 24, Issue 2. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Legal Winners and Losers in the Mortgage Crisis — Shaun P. Martin —Full Text
  • Regulation By Catastrophe Insurance: A Comparative Study — Qihao He & Michael Faure —Full Text

2.          Volume 24, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 24, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Mutually Assured Protection Among Large U.S. Law Firms — Tom Baker and Rick Swedloff — full text
  • A Jurisprudential Survey of the Tort of Spoliation of Evidence: Resolving Third-Party Insurance Company Automobile Spoliation Claims — Steven Plitt and Jordan R. Plitt — full text


  • Unlocking Exchanges — Brendan S. Maher — full text
  • Improving State Regulation of Homeowners Insurance: The Essential Protections for Policyholders Project — Jay M. Feinman — full text

3.          Volume 23, Issue 2

We are proud to present Volume 23, Issue 2. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Regulation by Government-Sponsored Reinsurance in Catastrophe Management — Qihao He — full text
  • Remedies for Breach of the Pre-Contract Duty of Disclosure in Chinese Insurance Law — Zhen Jing— full text
  • Agreeing in the Shadow in the Policy: How Corporate Insurance Policies Impact the Resolution of Governmental Investigations into Corporate Crime — Beth Olsen—full text

4.          Volume 23, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 23, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Regulating HomeEquity Protection Companies And Contracts: Are States Making “The Best” An Enemy Of “The Good”? — John E. Marthinsen — full text
  • Removing The Legal Impediments To Offering Lifetime Annuities In Pension Plans — Jonathan Barry Forman— full text
  • Funding Of Public Sector Pension Plans: What Can Be Learned From The Private Sector? — Israel Goldowitzfull text
  • Friedrichs And The Move Toward Private Ordering Of Wages And Benefits In The Public Sector— Maria O’Brien Hyltonfull text
  • A Closer Look At The IRAs In State Automatic Enrollment IRA Programs— Kathryn L. Moorefull text
  • The Pension Mis-Selling Scandal, The SEC And The Fiduciary Standard— John A. Turnerfull text

5.          Volume 22, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 22, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Everything’s Bigger in Texas: Except the MedMal Settlements — Tom Baker, Eric Helland and Jonathan Klick — full text
  • Reference Pricing: A small and mighty solution to bend the health care cost curve — Srishti Miglani — full text


  • An Alternate Theory of  Burwell v. Hobby Lobby — Jessica L. Roberts — full text
  • The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: What Does It Really Do? — John G. Day — full text


  • Adoption Disruption Insurance: A Policy That America Is Not Ready To Adopt — Gregory J. Chase — full text

6.          Volume 21, Issue 2

We are proud to present Volume 21, Issue 2. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Safeguarding State Interests in Health Insurance Exchange Establishment — Christine H. Monahan — full text
  • Erie Denied: How Federal Courts Decide Insurance Coverage Cases Differently and What to Do About It — John L. Watkins — full text


  • America’s Growing Problem: How the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Failed to Go Far Enough in Addressing the Obesity Epidemic — Ashley A. Noel — full text
  • Even I Can’t Cover Me: Examining the NCAA’s Effective Prohibition on “Loss of Value” Insurance for Its Student-Athletes — Michael D. Randall — full text

7.          Volume 21, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 21, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Towards A Universal Framework For Insurance Anti-Discrimination Laws   — Ronen Avraham, Kyle D. Logue & Daniel Schwarczfull text
  • Reinsurance As Governance: Governmental Risk Management Pools As A Case Study In the Governance Role Played By Reinsurance Institutions — Marcos Antonio Mendozafull text
  • The Harmonization Of European Contract Law: The Case Of Insurance Contracts  — Juan Bataller Graufull text
  • Towards A European Supervisory Authority — Javier Vercher-Mollfull text
  • Fortuity Victims And The Compensation Gap: Re-Envisioning Liability Insurance Coverage For Intentional And Criminal Conduct — Erik S. Knutsenfull text


  • Big Data And Insurance Symposium— Attorney General George Jepsen — full text
  • Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Misselling: Some Lessons From The UK— Andromachi Georgosouli — full text
  • Medical Big Data And Big Data Quality Problems — Sharona Hoffman — full text
  • Information & Equilibrium In Insurance Markets With Big Data— Peter Siegelman — full text
  • Risk Classification’s Big Data (R)evolution— Rick Swedloff— full text

8.          Volume 20, Issue 2

We are proud to present Volume 20, Issue 2.  A full copy can be accessed here.



  • Overlooked and Underused: Clinical Practice Guidelines and Malpractice Liability for Independent Physicians — Ronen Avrahamfull text


  • The Social Costs of Choice, Free Market Ideology and the Empirical Consequences of the 401(k) Plan Large Menu Defense — Mercer Bullardfull text
  • Rethinking ERISA’s Promise of Income Security in a World of 401(k) Plans— Lawrence A. Frolikfull text
  • The Surprising Equality of Retirement Time: Evidence From the Health and Retirement Survey— Anthony Bonen & Teresa Ghilarduccifull text
  • Desperate Retirees: The Perplexing Challenge of Covering Retirement Health Care Costs in a YoYo World— Richard L. Kaplanfull text
  • An Affordable Care Act for Retirement Plans?— Amy B. Monahanfull text
  • Revenue Sharing in 401(k) Plans: Employers as Monitors?— Dana M. Muirfull text
  • Retirement Policies and Related Social Changes in the Lifecycle— Russell K. Osgoodfull text
  • California Dreaming: The California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Trust Act— Edward A. Zelinskyfull text


  • Minding the Gap: Seeking Autism Coverage in Class Actions When State and Federal Laws Fail— Danielle M. Jaffee — full text
  • NFL’s Litigation Skates Onto the Ice— Melanie … read more

9.          Volume 20, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 20, Issue 1.  A full copy can be accessed here.


  • “You Want Insurance With That?” Using Behavioral Economics to Protect Consumers From Add-On Insurance Products  — Tom Baker & Peter Siegelmanfulltext
  • Reconciling the Irreconcilable Conflict in Insurance Severability of Interests Clause Interpretation — Johnny Parkerfulltext
  • Does an Insured Have a Duty to Mitigate Damages When the Insurer Breaches? — James M. Fischerfulltext
  • PEICL — The Project of a European Insurance Contract Law — Christian Armbruesterfulltext


  • An Introduction to Climate Change Liability Litigation and a View to the Future — Michael B. Gerrard & Joseph A. MacDougaldfulltext
  • Keynote Address, Climate Related Extreme Events, Liability Regimes & the Role of the Global Insurance Industry  — John H. Fitzpatrick fulltext
  • Is Global Warming a Covered “Accident”? An Analysis of AES Corp. v. Steadfast Insurance Co.  — Rex Heinke & Warren J. Birofulltext
  • Locality of Harm: Insurance and Climate Change in the 21st Century — William T.J. de la Marefulltext

10.          Volume 19, Issue 2

We are proud to present Volume 19, Issue 2.  A full copy can be accessed here.


  • The Enforceability of Releases in Property Insurance Claims — Jay M. Feinmanfulltext
  • Mandates, Markets and Risk: Auto Insurance and the Affordable Care Act — Jennifer B. Wrigginsfulltext


  • Coverage for Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Survey Through the Wars — Andrea Gomesfulltext
  • A Billion Dollar Problem: The Insurance Industry’s Widespread Failure to Escheat Unclaimed Death Benefits to the States — Devin Hartley fulltext
  • Double Trouble — An Ex-Spouses’s Life Insurance Beneficiary Status & State Automatic Revocation Upon Divorce Statutes: Who Gets What?  — Kristen P. Raymondfulltext