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2021

Articles

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Working Papers

2020

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Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2019

Articles

  • Property’s Edges, 60 Boston College Law Review 753 (2019) (Co-authored by: Nadav Shoked).

2018

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Working Papers

2017

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Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

Working Papers

2016

Articles

  • Incentivizing Municipalities to Adapt to Climate Change: Takings Liability and FEMA Reforms as Possible Solutions, 43 Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review 281 (2016).

2015

Articles

  • A Market Approach to Regulating the Energy Revolution: Assurance Bonds, Insurance, and the Certain and Uncertain Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing, 45 Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis 10746 (August 2015).
  • Why Do We Have the Parcel-as-a-Whole Rule?, 39 Vermont Law Review 617 (2015).
  • Public, by Necessity, 13 Seattle Journal For Social Justice 341 (2014) (Co-authored by: Nadav Shoked).

2014

Articles

  • A Climate Change Lens on the Dormant Commerce Clause, Lifecycle GHGTaxes, and In-State RPS Requirements, 5 San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law 69-92 (2014) (Co-authored by: Michael Barsa).
  • A Market Approach to Regulating the Energy Revolution: Assurance Bonds, Insurance, and the Certain and Uncertain Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing, 99 Iowa Law Review 1523-1593 (2014) (Co-authored by: Hannah J. Wiseman).

2013

Working Papers

2012

Articles

  • Where the Extraction Frontier Meets the Safety Frontier: Deepwater Horizon, Safety Cases, and NEPA-as-Contract, 6 Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal 199-215 (2011) (Co-authored by: Michael Barsa).

Working Papers

2011

Books

  • The Nanotechnology Challenge: Creating Legal Institutions For Uncertain Risks (Cambridge University Press 2012).

Articles

  • Reconceptualizing NEPA to Avoid the Next Preventable Disaster, 38 Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review 219-245 (2011) (Co-authored by: Michael Barsa).
  • When Less Liability May Mean More Precaution: The Case of Nanotechnology, 28 Ucla Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 153-199 (2010).

2010

Articles

  • The Foreclosure Crisis and the Antifragmentation Principle in State Property Law, 77 University of Chicago Law Review 97-120 (2010).

Working Papers

2009

Articles

  • Exclusionary Eminent Domain , 17 Supreme Court Economic Review 7 7 (2009).

Working Papers

2008

Articles

  • Democratizing the Law of Federal Preemption, 102 Northwestern University Law Review 507-550 (2008).
  • The Mismatch between Public Nuisance Law and Global Warming.
  • Reframing Eminent Domain: Unsupported Advocacy, Ambiguous Economics, and the Case for a New Public Use Test , 32 Vermont Law Review 129-169 (2007).

2007

Articles

  • Why the Blight Distinction in Post-Kelo Reform Does Matter, 102 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 30 (2007).
  • The Law and Expressive Meaning of Condemning the Poor After Kelo, 101 Northwestern University Law Review 365-382 (2007).

2006

Articles

  • Adequacy of Representation After Stephenson: A Rawlsian/Behavioral Economics Approach to Class Action Settlements, 55 Emory Law Journal 279-346 (2006).
  • State Brownfields Programs as Laboratories of Democracy?, 14 New York University Environmental Law Journal 86-107 (2005).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

2005

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • David Dana is the panelist for Yes, We'll Adapt—While People Die, Chicago Sun Times (October 9, 2005).

2004

Articles

  • Existence Value and Federal Preservation Regulation, 28 Harvard Environmental Law Review 343-399 (2004).
  • Secret Settlements and Practice Restrictions Aid Lawyer Cartels and Cause Other Harms, 2003 University of Illinois Law Review 1217-1241 (Co-authored by: Susan P. Koniak).

2003

Articles

  • A Behavioral Economic Defense of the Precautionary Principle, 97 Northwestern University Law Review 1315-1345 (2003).

2002

Books

  • Property: Takings (Foundation Press 2002) (Co-authored by: Thomas Merrill).

Articles

  • Public Interest and Private Lawyers: Toward a Normative Evaluation of Parens Patriae Litigation by Contingency Fee, 51 Depaul Law Review 315-330 (2001).

2001

Articles

  • Rethinking the Puzzle of Escalating Penalties for Repeat Offenders, 110 Yale Law Journal 733-783 (2001) .

Working Papers

  • Rethinking the Puzzle of Escalating Penalties for Repeat Offenders (Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University, 2000) .

2000

Articles

  • The New "Contractarian" Paradigm in Environmental Regulation, University of Illinois Law Review 35-59 (2000) .
  • Bargaining in the Shadow of Democracy, 14 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 473-559 (1999) (Co-authored by: Susan P. Koniak).