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New featured discussion: punitives in the Supreme Court

Has the U.S. Supreme Court wrongly ventured into the realm of substantive due process in its attempt to oversee excessive punitive damage awards? Will the Court's latest closely divided decision, in Philip Morris v. Williams, add any clarity to the confusing law of punitive damages? Law professors David Wagner (Regent) and Michael Krauss (George Mason) will be batting around those topics, and others, in our newest Featured Discussion, now underway.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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