Research

01/01/2019

Featured Research

  • ILR Research Review Volume 7 Issue 1

    ILR Research Review Volume 7 Issue 1

    June 29, 2020

    This edition of the ILR Research Review contains research examining the myriad liability challenges flowing from COVID-19 and describing potential administrative and legislative solutions, as well as papers dedicated to the ongoing crisis in securities litigation, the growth of and problems with the third party litigation funding industry, and insights into the strategy behind trial lawyer advertising. Read More

  • ILR Briefly COVID-19 Series: Public Nuisance at the Door

    ILR Briefly COVID-19 Series: Public Nuisance at the Door

    June 10, 2020

    The fourth edition of ILR's Briefly series on COVID-19 liability issues details the dangers that a broad application of public nuisance theory poses for the integrity of tort law and focuses on the litigation expected to flow from the COVID-19 pandemic. The paper also establishes that public nuisance is an inappropriate tool for solving public policy problems, including COVID-19, and demonstrates that sufficient remedies exist in traditional applications of tort law for justiciable harms arising from the pandemic. Read More