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8 Apr 2011, 6:42 am by Ezra Rosser
Blog post of interest: Frank Pasquale, Economic Policy for the Worried Wealthy, Concurring Opinions, Apr. 2, 2011. [read post]
2 Feb 2011, 5:50 am by HealthLawProf Hodnicki
Our new blogging team is now up and running with the welcome addition of our fourth and final new Co-Editor, Frank Pasquale. [read post]
7 Sep 2010, 2:13 pm by Ezra Rosser
On the Concurring Opinions Blog, Frank Pasquale highlights and reviews what sounds like a good/interesting book: Kim Bobo, Wage Theft in America (2008). [read post]
28 Jul 2010, 4:17 pm by Patrick S. O'Donnell
While I hope to resume blogging soon, for now I invite our readers to take a look at a series of recent posts by Frank Pasquale at Concurring Opinions: on the inheritance tax, a Malthusian Social Darwinist business environment, and inequality and health care.See too Neil Buchanan’s post, “A Pundit’s Conundrum” at Dorf on Law.Lastly, a (typical) tax proposal from the Right for lowering unemployment by my state’s GOP gubernatorial candidate is scrutinized here by Michael… [read post]
11 May 2007, 3:10 am
Frank Pasquale has a very interesting post on Concurring Opinions on James Boyd White's When Words Lose Their Meaning.An excerpt:White's solution to such a dilemma is to call for the use of language that is "literary--merging fact, value, and reason, fusing the particular and the general, uniting thought and emotion, logic and image--rather than theoretical or conceptual" (229). [read post]
28 Jul 2010, 8:09 am by Patrick S. O'Donnell
While I hope to resume blogging soon, for now I invite our readers to take a look at a series of recent posts by Frank Pasquale at Concurring Opinions: on the inheritance tax, a Malthusian Social Darwinist business environment, and inequality and health care. [read post]
27 Dec 2011, 9:24 am by Ezra Rosser
Blog Post by Frank Pasquale, “The Poor Get One Strike; Banks Get Thousands,” Concurring Opinions, Dec. 26, 2011. [read post]
8 Jul 2010, 11:28 am by buslawblogger
Frank Pasquale reviews Ian Bremmer's book, "The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations? [read post]
14 Jan 2021, 4:08 pm by dave
Frank Pasquale testifying before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, 2017 (full video available here) Hearsay Culture is pleased to welcome back Brooklyn Law School Professor Frank Pasquale for the second interview of 2021. [read post]
8 Aug 2011, 1:07 pm by Paul Caron
, by Frank Pasquale (Seton Hall): As Drew Westen observes today, “400 people control more of the wealth than 150 million of their fellow Americans,” and “the average middle-class family has seen its income stagnate over the last 30 years while the richest 1% has seen... [read post]
13 Dec 2014, 11:41 am by dave
Frank Pasquale of the University of Maryland School of Law, author of The Black Box Society: Technologies of Search, Reputation, and Finance. [read post]
21 Feb 2016, 1:21 pm by Rick Garnett
Frank Pasquale (Maryland), who was kind enough to share with me a paper he and I discussed, called "Synergy and Tradition: The Unity of Research, Service, and Teaching in Legal Education. [read post]
10 Jul 2011, 9:16 am by buslawblogger
Over at Concurring Opinions, Frank Pasquale has put up an interesting post on Public Finance and National Security. [read post]
8 Jul 2013, 1:01 pm by laborprof lpb
Thanks to Mike Zimmer (Loyola-Chicago) for bringing to my attention this post on the Concurring Opinion Blog from Frank Pasquale entitled: From Status to Contract to Fealty. [read post]
31 Jul 2013, 2:09 pm by Paul Caron
Following up on this morning's post, Tamanaha Responds to Leiter (and Leiter Replies): Frank Pasquale (Maryland), A "Torrent of Words" on the Value of Law School: Professor Tamanaha (BT) complains that Simkovic and MacIntyre (SM) have unleashed a "torrent of words" in response to his criticism. ... [read post]
26 Dec 2011, 6:16 pm by Buce
Instead, go read Frank Pasquale on how the rich get a gazillion strikes and the poor get only one.   [read post]