Ronald D. Rotunda

Ronald D. Rotunda is professor of law at the Chapman University School of Law.

A Modern-Day Bleak House

 

More than 150 years ago, Charles Dickens mocked the delays and foot-dragging in England’s chancery system of litigation in one of his finest works, Bleak House. Central to the story, delivered to readers at the time in 67 chapters in 20 installments over 18 months, was a lawsuit over an inheritance. The suit, Jarndyce v. […]

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Rudy Thinks FAST

 

The economy needs fiscal stimulus to prevent a recession. Hence, the chairman of the Federal Reserve has recently urged Congress to enact a plan to put more money into the economy now! Rudy Giuliani has proposed such a plan, and history shows that it would give our economy the needed incentive to increase employment. It […]

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