Alito: The Business Friendly Justice?

Dave Hoffman

Dave Hoffman is the Murray Shusterman Professor of Transactional and Business Law at Temple Law School. He specializes in law and psychology, contracts, and quantitative analysis of civil procedure. He currently teaches contracts, civil procedure, corporations, and law and economics.

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  1. Paul Gowder says:

    Aaaaaah! I predicted him as one of the front runners, then what did I do this weekend as all the commentators were finally catching up?! Well, the odds on intrade seems just a little high, and the Bush administration just a little too unpredictable, so what do I do? Bet (small) against him. Late last night. Hunter S. Thompson would’ve understood this feeling…

  2. Judge Alito on Copyright

    Yesterday, Larry Ribstein offered a fascinating analysis of numerous of Judge Samuel Alito’s opinions in business law cases. Dave Hoffman, from his new berth at Concurring Opinions, has already followed up with some additional analysis of one o…

  3. Nate Oman says:

    “…we’d have fewer questions on intellectually moribund subjects like con law…”

    Indeed…

  4. SCOTUSblog says:

    Blog Round-up – Monday, October 31st.

    Blog Coverage of the Alito Nomination: ACSblog has this post on his life as a litigator. Think Progress offers this perspective with Alito’s views on women’s right, civil rights and other issues. Election Law Blog has this post on why…

  5. An Alito primer

    UPDATED all day Monday, now without the distracting “UPDATE” notices throughout. Check back. Here are the best pre- — and post-! — announcement resources for those who want to learn about Judge Alito’s opinions and approach to constitutional law. Som…

  6. An Alito primer

    UPDATED all day Monday, now without the distracting “UPDATE” notices throughout. Check back. Here are the best pre- — and post-! — announcement resources for those who want to learn about Judge Alito’s opinions and approach to constitutional law. Som…

  7. An Alito primer

    UPDATED all day Monday, now without the distracting “UPDATE” notices throughout. Check back. Here are the best pre- — and post-! — announcement resources for those who want to learn about Judge Alito’s opinions and approach to constitutional law. Som…

  8. SCOTUSblog says:

    Blog Round-up – Monday, October 31st.

    Blog Coverage of the Alito Nomination: ACSblog has this post on his life as a litigator. Think Progress offers this perspective with Alito’s views on women’s right, civil rights and other issues. Election Law Blog has this post on why…

  9. An Alito primer

    UPDATED all day Monday, now without the distracting “UPDATE” notices throughout. Check back. Moved to the top Monday night, originally posted 7:49am ET. Here are the best pre- — and post-! — announcement resources for those who want to learn about Ju…

  10. IPTAblog says:

    Blawg Review #31

    Welcome to Blawg Review #31, the weekly guide to the best posts in the legal blog world. This week, Blawg Review will fall in love, geek out, go online, get some useful advice and maybe even engage in some light…