New York, NY
Weitz & Luxenberg, PC
tort law, duty, duty wars, foreseeability, instrumentalism, Goldberg & Zipursky, Esper & Keating, Cardi & Green, obligation, products liability, jurisprudence, torts, restatement, restatement (third) of torts
legal positivism, theoretical disagreement, H.L.A. Hart, Dworkin, Searle, morality, social ontology, philosophy of institutions
Daubert, Frye, scientific evidence, Rule 702, science in law, epistemology, law and science
products liability, negligence, tort law, tort reform
tort law, products liability, toxic torts, causation, specific causation, general causation, scientific evidence, statistics
Dworkin, Ronald Dworkin, legal theory, jurisprudence, constructive interpretation, Scott Shapiro, H.L.A. Hart, positivism, legal positivism, exclusive positivism, John Searle, Searle, regulative theory
Daimler, Jurisdiction, Von Mehren, Specific Jurisdiction, Mass Torts
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