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26 Feb 2018, 11:13 am by David Pozen
When done well, Lakier submits, analogical reasoning plays an indispensable role in guiding and constraining judicial discretion.Finally, Frank Pasquale hails Whitney’s intervention and asks how it might be pushed further. [read post]
31 Jan 2014, 10:26 am by umlaw
Rev. __ (2014).Frank Pasquale, Paradoxes of Digital Antitrust,  Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Occasional Paper Series (July 2013).Frank Pasquale,  Digital Culture Wars: SOPA and the Fight for Control of Online Content, Boston Review (Jan. 18, 2012).Frank Pasquale, Names, Trains, and Corporate Deals: Why Public Transit Shouldn't Sell Naming Rights, Boston Review (July 19, 2012).Bill Reynolds and Julie Moringiello, The New… [read post]
20 Mar 2018, 4:24 am by Dan Rodriguez
Institutional Pluralism, Metrics, and Diversity Mike Madison’s “Invitation” has sparked much insightful commentary here, and I wanted to continue the conversation by engaging with an important point from Mark Tushnet’s intervention. [read post]
14 Jun 2017, 10:23 am by Ezra Rosser
McCluskey, Frank Pasquale & Jennifer Taub FEATURE Two Narratives of Platform Capitalism Frank Pasquale FEATURE Closing Remarks: Law and Inequality After the Crisis David Singh Grewal [read post]
18 Mar 2015, 3:30 am by Frank Pasquale
Frank Pasquale Recently, Scott Peppet, Dan Solove, and Paul Ohm appeared in a great Al Jazeera comic on big data and privacy, called “Terms of Service. [read post]
19 Aug 2014, 10:55 am by Mary L. Dudziak
I will follow up soon on Frank Pasquale's thoughtful post on history and the crisis in Ferguson, Missouri. [read post]
7 Apr 2019, 2:30 pm by David Lat
[Empirical SCOTUS] * Speaking of SCOTUS, Frank Pasquale takes Neal Devins and Lawrence Baum's new book, The Company They Keep: How Partisan Divisions Came to the Supreme Court (affiliate link), as a jumping-off point for exploring the political polarization of SCOTUS. [read post]
25 Nov 2010, 8:41 am by Ezra Rosser
A few blogs have already noted that Adam Levitin’s testimony on the mortgage crisis is worth checking out (PropertyProf Blog includes it in a post on Resources on the Mortgage Crisis and on Concurring Opinions Blog Frank Pasquale similarly applauded Levitin’s testimony).   [read post]
25 Jul 2013, 9:14 am by Michael Froomkin
While I’ve been finishing some work and riding on airplanes the debate over Michael Simkovic and Frank McIntyre’s paper The Economic Value of a Law Degree has been raging in the blogosphere. [read post]
16 Oct 2019, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
 Frank Pasquale is a Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. [read post]
26 Mar 2012, 6:03 am by pittlegalscholarship
Masten (Michigan Business) Harvard Health Law Frank Pasquale (Seton Hall Law) presents “From Transparency to Intelligibility: Rethinking Disclosure in Health and Finance Reform.” [read post]
20 Apr 2008, 3:10 am
The Law & Business of Online Advertising: Berkeley/Santa Clara Panel on Publisher/Intermediary Perspectives on Online Advertising Moderator: Paul Schwartz, BCLT Oren Bracha, University of Texas School of Law Bracha discussed his paper with Frank Pasquale, Federal Search Commission? [read post]
15 Sep 2010, 9:29 am by Ezra Rosser
And on Concurring Opinions, Frank Pasquale posted a related post on “Fractal Inequality and the Great Divergence.” [read post]
25 Jul 2011, 6:05 am by Ezra Rosser
Thanks to Frank Pasquale for highlighting it on Concurring Opinions, and other good links (esp. this one from The New Yorker). [read post]
20 Feb 2011, 6:04 pm by Michael Froomkin
Rivera and his $817,067 consultant Stewart Baker, Words you can’t say at the Pentagon Frank Pasquale, All the Right Moves [read post]
24 Apr 2012, 7:32 pm by Mike Madison
Frank Pasquale on absent infrastructures. [read post]
30 Jan 2015, 9:47 am by Jeffrey Vagle
Frank Pasquale's recent work (and excellent book) addresses some of these same concerns--what happens when algorithms, often opaque to ordinary citizens, become the de facto method of law enforcement surveillance? [read post]