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Jill Wieber Lens
Associate Professor of Law
Appellate Advocacy & Procedure
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Examining the Effects of Philip Morris v. Williams on Punitive Damage Awards Eight Years Later (In Progress).
The Unconstitutionality of Punitive Damages for Failure to Recall a Product (In Progress).
Product Recalls: Why is Tort Law Deferring to Agency Inaction? 90 ST. JOHN’S L. REV. (forthcoming 2016).
Stays Pending Appeal: Why the Merits Should Not Matter, 43 FLA. ST. U. L. REV. (forthcoming 2016).
Warning: A Post-Sale Duty to Warn Targets Small Businesses, 2014 UTAH L. REV. 1013 (2014).
Tort Law’s Deterrent Effect and Procedural Due Process, 50 TULSA L. REV. 115 (2014).
Insurance Coverage for Elite Student Athletes, with Joshua J. Lens, 84 MISS. L.J. 127 (2014).
Justice Holmes’s Bad Man and the Depleted Purposes of Punitive Damages, 101 KY. L. J. 789 (2013).
Procedural Due Process and Predictable Punitive Damage Awards, 2012 BYU L. REV. 1 (2012), reprinted in DEF. LAW. J., VOL. 61, NO. 3, at 113 (2013).
Punishing for the Injury: Tort Law-Based Limitations on Punitive Damages, 39 HOFSTRA L. REV. 595 (2011).
Honest Confusion: The Purpose of Compensatory Damages in Tort and Fraudulent Misrepresentation, 59 U. KAN. L. REV. 231 (2011).
The (Overlooked) Consequence of Easing the Prohibition of Expert Legal Testimony in Professional Negligence Claims, 48 U. LOU. L. REV. 53 (2009), reprinted in DEF. LAW J., VOL. 60, NO. 1, at 103 (2011).
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