Science for Judges II: The Practice of Epidemiology and Administrative Agency Created Science
Introduction by Margaret A. Berger
Overview of Research Design in Epidemiology
John Concato, M.D., M.S., M.P.H.
Systematic Review of Medical Evidence
John P.A. Ioannidis, M.D.
Joseph Lau, M.D.
Should Compensation Schemes Be Based on the Probability of Causation or Expected Years of Life Lost?
FDA Regulatory Requirements as Tort Standards
What is the Value of an FDA Approval in a Judicial Matter
Michael A. Friedman, M.D.
Science and EPA Decision-Making
Robert M. Sussman
Importing Daubert to Administrative Agencies Through the Information Quality Act
Wendy E. Wagner
Welfare State or Welfare Court: Asbestos Litigation in Comparative Perspective
"Terms Later" Contracting: Bad Economics, Bad Morals, and a Bad Idea for a Uniform Law, Judge Easterbrook Notwithstanding
Roger C. Bern
Notes and Comments:
Nothing to Declare But Their Childhood: Reforming U.S. Asylum Law to Protect the Rights of Children
Predators or Prey: Mandatory Listing of Non-Predatory Offenders on Predatory Offender Registries
"Damn the Torpedoes! Full Speed Ahead": The FCC's Decision to Deregulate Media Ownership and the Threat to Viewpoint Diversity
Protect Downward Departures: Congress and the Executive's Intrusion into Judicial Independence
One Standard Fits All? Defining Achievement Standards for Students With Cognitive Disabilities Within the No Child Left Behind Act's Standardized Framework
Cory L. Shindel