Furthermore Volume 76 (2015)

Furthermore Volume 76 (2015)

Alex B. LongWhat is Even More Troubling About the “Tortification” of Employment Discrimination Law, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 1 (2015). In response to William R. CorbettWhat is Troubling About the Tortification of Employment Discrimination Law?, 75 Ohio St. L.J. 1027 (2014).

James R. SaywellThe Six Sides of Federalism in North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 12 (2015).

Marcia L. McCormick, Let’s Pretend that Federal Courts Aren’t Hostile to Discrimination Claims76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 22 (2015). In response to Sandra Sperino, Let’s Pretend Discrimination Is a Tort75 Ohio St. L.J. 1107 (2014).

Jack L. Millman, Gambling for Health Care76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 33 (2015).

Dr. Mark UmbreitRestorative Justice Impact on Multinational Corporations?: A Response to Andrew Brady Spalding’s Article, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 41 (2015). In response to Andrew Brady SpaldingRestorative Justice for Multinational Corporations, 76 Ohio St. L.J. 357 (2015).

Brian L. OwsleyA Reply to Judicial Participation in Plea Bargaining: A Dispute Resolution Perspective, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 51 (2015). In response to Rishi Raj BatraJudicial Participation in Plea Bargaining: A Dispute Resolution Perspective, 76 Ohio St. L.J. 565 (2015).

Joseph MeadThe First Amendment Protection of Charitable Speech, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 57 (2015).

Deborah J. ChallenerMore Uncertainty After Daimler AG v. Bauman: A Response to Professors Cornett and Hoffheimer, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 67 (2015). In response to Judy M. Cornett & Michael H. HoffheimerGood-Bye Significant Contacts: General Personal Jurisdiction After Daimler AG v. Bauman, 76 Ohio St. L.J. 101 (2015).

Anthony C. InfantiVictims of Our Own Success: The Perils of Obergefell and Windsor, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 79 (2015).

Ruth Colker, Religious Accommodations for County Clerks?76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 87 (2015).

Colter L. PaulsonWill a Judge Read My Brief? Prejudice to Pro Se Litigants from the Staff Attorney Track, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 103 (2015).

Larisa M. VaysmanObedience Versus Accuracy: How District Courts Apply Sixth Circuit Rule 32.1, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 111 (2015).

Steven A. DelchinEthics and Professionalism in the Sixth Circuit, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 121 (2015).

Collin R. FlakeContrary to Popular Opinion: Why the Sixth Circuit’s Omnicare Decision Should Be Reversed, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 125 (2015).

James M. Hafner, Jr.DeBoerBaker, and Summary Dispositions: In Defense of Appellate Court Restraint, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 131 (2015).

Katherine M. MaskellSpeech and Safety: Interest Balancing in First Amendment Analysis As Applied to Bible Believers v. Wayne County, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 141 (2015).

Liane RousseauWhistle While You Work: The Gap in Whistleblower Protection Exposed by the Sixth Circuit, Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 147 (2015).

W. Hunter West, The Sixth Circuit’s In re Omnicare, Inc. Securities Litigation Holding: New Standard. New Results?, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 155 (2015).

Chris Geidner, Cert. Denied, Stays Denied, Marriage Equality Advanced: How the Supreme Court Used Nonprecedential Orders to Diminish the Drama of the Marriage Equality Decision, 76 Ohio St. L.J. Furthermore 161 (2015).