Mandating Cost-Savings for Hospitals

It drives me nuts when the government attempts to justify rules mandating particular business practices on grounds that they reduce costs for the businesses being regulated. My favorite recent example…

Let the Market Handle It

Economists, free-marketeers, and law and econ types are often accused of invoking this phrase as a knee-jerk reaction to regulations of all shapes and sizes. The position is sometimes attacked…

Globetrotters Update

Sports Law Blog’s Michael McCann updates our recent discussion (me: here and here; and Professor McCann here) of the Harlem Ambassadors’ complaint to the FTC regarding the Globetrotters’ use of…

More on universities

My post on universities/Zittrain/Harvard generated an excellent comment from Mike Madison. Here is my comment to Mike’s post: I suppose at the end of the day and over a few…

"Hofstra-gate?" Revisited

Matt Bodie, of Hofstra and Prawfsblawg, is “a little outraged” at the NCAA tournament selection committee’s failure to invite Hofstra to the big dance.  But what really gets Matt is…

What I Did on My Blog Vacation

So I’ve been a little absent from the blog lately. Sorry about that. I have a decent excuse. As our law prof readers know, but others might not, this is…

CBS v. Howard Stern Complaint

Courtesy of ContractsProf Blog, here is what purports to be a copy of the elusive complaint in CBS v. Howard Stern. ContractsProf Blog includes the following disclaimer regarding the authenticity…