The Epstein/Landes/Posner methodology has been refuted numerous times, but it's still getting play as they release a new paper repeating their earlier methodological errors and concluding that the current Supreme Court is more "pro-business" than any other. (Why not conclude that the Ninth Circuit is more anti-business than any other American appellate court in history, and that has resulted in a greater degree of error correction?) Jonathan Adler @ Volokh and Greve take up the cudgel again. More: January 2012 (with earlier links).
Again with the myth of the "pro-business" court
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- Ezra Klein unfair to Scalia
- Comcast v. Behrend
- On WNYC today to discuss line sitters and the Supreme Court
- Standard Fire v. Knowles
- Floods of "floodgates"
- American Express v. Italian Colors
- "Supreme Court case involves medical malpractice awards, Medicaid"
- More on Bork
- Robert Bork, 1927-2012
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- Richard Epstein: Takings Law, Without a Theory
- O'Neill on Roberts and NFIB v. Sebelius
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