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David Dana

2014
  Periodical Articles
  August 2014
1 A Climate Change Lens on the Dormant Commerce Clause, Lifecycle GHGTaxes, and In-State RPS Requirements in 5 SAN DIEGO JOURNAL OF CLIMATE & ENERGY LAW 69-92 (2014) (Co-authored by: Michael Barsa).
  May 2014
2 A Market Approach to Regulating the Energy Revolution: Assurance Bonds, Insurance, and the Certain and Uncertain Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing in 99 IOWA LAW REVIEW 1523-1593 (2014) (Co-authored by: Hannah J. Wiseman).
2013
  SSRN
  December 2013
3 A Climate Change Lens On the Dormant Commerce Clause.
  November 2013
4 A Market Approach to Regulating the Energy Revolution: Assurance Bonds, Insurance, and the Certain and Uncertain Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing.
2012
  Periodical Articles
  June 2012
5 Why Mortgage “Formalities” Matter in 24 LOYOLA CONSUMER LAW REVIEW 505-523 (2012).
  April 2012
6 Where the Extraction Frontier Meets the Safety Frontier: Deepwater Horizon, Safety Cases, and NEPA-as-Contract in 6 ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY LAW & POLICY JOURNAL 199-215 (2011) (Co-authored by: Michael Barsa).
  SSRN
  June 2012
7 Why Mortgage “Formalities” Matter.
2011
  Books and other Monographs
  December 2011
8 The Nanotechnology Challenge: Creating Legal Institutions for Uncertain Risks (Cambridge University Press, 2012).
  Periodical Articles
  July 2011
9 Reconceptualizing NEPA to Avoid the Next Preventable Disaster in 38 BOSTON COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS LAW REVIEW 219-245 (2011) (Co-authored by: Michael Barsa).
  February 2011
10 When Less Liability May Mean More Precaution: The Case of Nanotechnology in 28 UCLA JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY 153-199 (2010).
2010
  Periodical Articles
  December 2010
11 Three Obstacles to the Promotion of Corporate Social Responsibility by Means of the Alien Tort Claims Act: The Sosa Court’s Incoherent Conception of the Law of Nations, the “Purposive” Action Requirement for Aiding and Abetting, and the State Action Requirement for Primary Liability in 21 FORDHAM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 79-121 (2010) (Co-authored by: Michael Barsa).
  May 2010
12 The Foreclosure Crisis and the Antifragmentation Principle in State Property Law in 77 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 97-120 (2010).
  SSRN
  November 2010
13 Three Obstacles to the Promotion of Corporate Social Responsibility by Means of the Alien Tort Claims Act: The Sosa Court’s Incoherent Conception of the Law of Nations, the ‘Purposive’ Action Requirement for Aiding and Abetting, and the State Action Requirement for Primary Liability.
14 Can the Law Track Scientific Risk and Technological Innovation?: The Problem of Regulatory Definitions and Nanotechnology .
2009
  Periodical Articles
  December 2009
15 Exclusionary Eminent Domain in 17 SUPREME COURT ECONOMIC REVIEW 7 7 (2009).
  SSRN
  December 2009
16 Reforming Section 10 and the Habitat Conservation Plan Program .
17 When Less Liability May Mean More Precaution: The Case of Nanotechnology .
18 Valuing Foreign Lives and Civilizations in Cost-Benefit Analysis: The Case of the United States and Climate Change Policy .
19 The Contextual Rationality of the Precautionary Principle .
  June 2009
20 The Foreclosure Crisis and the Anti-Fragmentation Principle in State Property Law.
2008
  Periodical Articles
  August 2008
21 Democratizing the Law of Federal Preemption in 102 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 507-550 (2008).
  May 2008
22 The Mismatch between Public Nuisance Law and Global Warming.
  February 2008
23 Reframing Eminent Domain: Unsupported Advocacy, Ambiguous Economics, and the Case for a New Public Use Test in 32 VERMONT LAW REVIEW 129-169 (2007).
2007
  Periodical Articles
  July 2007
24 Why the Blight Distinction in Post-Kelo Reform Does Matter in 102 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW COLLOQUY 30 (2007).
  May 2007
25 The Law and Expressive Meaning of Condemning the Poor After Kelo in 101 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 365-382 (2007).
2006
  Newspaper Articles
  July 2006
26 Clean water is symbol of the power of the people in SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE (July 23, 2006 ) (Co-authored by: Andrew Koppelman ).
  Periodical Articles
  November 2006
27 The Law and Expressive Meaning of Condemning the Poor After Kelo in 2006 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW COLLOQUY 2.
  April 2006
28 Adequacy of Representation After Stephenson: A Rawlsian/Behavioral Economics Approach to Class Action Settlements in 55 EMORY LAW JOURNAL 279-346 (2006).
  March 2006
29 State Brownfields Programs as Laboratories of Democracy? in 14 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 86-107 (2005).
2005
  Newspaper Articles
  October 2005
30 David Dana is the panelist for Yes, We'll Adapt—While People Die in CHICAGO SUN TIMES (October 9, 2005).
2004
  Periodical Articles
  August 2004
31 Existence Value and Federal Preservation Regulation in 28 HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 343-399 (2004).
  January 2004
32 Secret Settlements and Practice Restrictions Aid Lawyer Cartels and Cause Other Harms in 2003 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 1217-1241 (Co-authored by: Susan P. Koniak).
2003
  Periodical Articles
  May 2003
33 A Behavioral Economic Defense of the Precautionary Principle in 97 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1315-1345 (2003).
2002
  Books and other Monographs
  September 2002
34 Property: Takings (Foundation Press, 2002) (Co-authored by: Thomas Merrill).
  Periodical Articles
  April 2002
35 Public Interest and Private Lawyers: Toward a Normative Evaluation of Parens Patriae Litigation by Contingency Fee in 51 DEPAUL LAW REVIEW 315-330 (2001).
2001
  Papers
  April 2001
36 Rethinking the Puzzle of Escalating Penalties for Repeat Offenders (Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University, 2000) .
  Periodical Articles
  March 2001
37 Rethinking the Puzzle of Escalating Penalties for Repeat Offenders in 110 YALE LAW JOURNAL 733-783 (2001) .
2000
  Periodical Articles
  August 2000
38 The New "Contractarian" Paradigm in Environmental Regulation in UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 35-59 (2000) .
  February 2000
39 Bargaining in the Shadow of Democracy in 14 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 473-559 (1999) (Co-authored by: Susan P. Koniak).