Symposium on Novel Liability Theories and the Incentives Driving Them
The Law & Economics Center Judicial Education Program at Antonin Scalia Law School will be hosting the ‘Symposium on Novel Liability Theories and the Incentives Driving Them’ from October 24 to 26 in Nashville, TN.
The symposium will discuss theories of novel liability, the function and role of public entities within government, and unique problems associated with government settlements.
ALI members participating in the event are listed below.
- Jonathan H. Adler of Case Western Reserve University School of Law
- Ellie M. Bublick of University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law
- Sarah Keeton Campbell of Tennessee Office of the Attorney General
- Philip S. Goldberg of Shook, Hardy & Bacon
- Alberto R. Gonzales of Belmont University Law
- Harris L. Hartz of U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
- Donald J. Kochan of George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School
- Julia D. Mahoney of UVA School of Law
- J.B. Ruhl of Vanderbilt Law
- Victor E. Schwartz of Shook, Hardy & Bacon
- Christopher A. Seeger of Seeger Weiss
- Catherine M. Sharkey of NYU School of Law
Learn more about the event here.