Research Dean’s December 2019/January 2020 Roundup of Scholarly Activities March 01, 2020 Faculty, Research, Scholarship, Scholarship Blog Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share through Email Publications Jaime King et al., “Addressing Health Care Market Consolidation and High Prices” Urban Institute (Jan. 13, 2020) Rick Marcus, “A Common Law Perspective on the Supreme Court and Its Functions,” 81 Studia Iuridica 15 (2019) Rick Marcus, “Treading Water? Current Procedural Issues in America,” 23 ZZPInt 183 (2018) (published in Dec. 2019) Leo Martinez et al., New Appleman Insurance Law & Practice Guide (LexisNexis 2020) Leo Martinez, “Cyber Risks: Three Basic Structural Issues to Resolve,” in InsurTech: A Legal and Regulatory View 211 (Springer 2020) Leo Martinez, “The New EU Rules on Insurance Customer/Policyholder Protection Viewed Against the NAIC Model Acts,” Global Jurist (2020) (with Pierpaolo Marano) Dorit Reiss, “When are Vaccine Mandates Appropriate?,” 22:1 AMA Journal of Ethics E36 (Jan. 2020) (with Carmel Shachar) Dorit Reiss, “Informed Consent to Vaccination: Theoretical, Legal, and Empirical Insights,” American Journal of Law & Medicine (Jan. 23, 2020) (with Nili Karako-Eyal) Reuel Schiller, “Regulation and the Collapse of the New Deal Order, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Market,” in Beyond the New Deal Order: U.S. Politics from the Great Depression to the Great Recession (Penn 2020) Jodi Short, “The Politics of Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance: Theorizing and Operationalizing Political Influences,” Regulation & Governance (Dec. 12, 2019) Works Accepted Veena Dubal, “Rule Making as Structural Violence: Taxis, Debt, & Death in San Francisco,” Journal of Law & Political Economy (forthcoming) Heather Field, “Tax MACs: A Study of M&A Termination Rights Triggered by Material Adverse Changes in Tax Law,” 73 Tax Lawyer (forthcoming 2020) Dorit Reiss, “Improving Vaccine Policy Making: A Dose of Reality,” Vaccine (forthcoming 2020) Jessica Vapnek, “Agricultural Legislation,” in International Legislative Drafting Handbook (forthcoming 2020) Awards and Honors Jaime King began her tenure as President of the Board of the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics. Blog Posts, Op-Eds, News & Magazine Columns, and Online Essays Scott Dodson posted a review of two of Rick Marcus’s recent papers on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog. Veena Dubal, “Uber’s New Loan Program Could Trap Drivers in Cycles of Crushing Debt,” The Guardian (Dec. 5, 2019) Chimène Keitner et al., “Holding DHS Accountable for a Child’s Death in the Custody of Border Patrol,” Just Security (Dec. 9, 2019), republished as “The CBP Officials Who Left Carlos Vasquez to His Death May Have Committed Crimes,” Slate.com (Dec. 9, 2019) Rory Little posted an argument preview on SCOTUSblog. Rory Little, “Four Key Questions Going into Trump’s Impeachment Trial,” S.F. Chronicle (Jan. 21, 2020) William K.S. Wang, “Repeal of Retiree Required Minimum Distributions May Increase Government Revenue,” Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report (Jan. 9, 2020) William K.S. Wang, “The Proposed Secure Act’s Ten-Year Mandatory Distribution Period for Non-Spousal Traditional §401(k)/IRA Beneﬁciaries May Not Increase Government Revenue,” 246 Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report 9 (Dec. 24, 2019) Frank H. Wu, “Stop Using Asian Americans to Defend Against Disparities, Then Rejecting Them as Non-Diverse,” Diverse Issues (Dec. 4, 2019) Frank H. Wu, “Why Don’t the Japanese Sue One Another?,” 65 Asian Jurist 32 (2019) Frank H. Wu, “How Should Asian Americans Respond to Asian Racism?,” Diverse Issues (Dec. 17, 2019) Frank H. Wu, “Beware the Racist Who Claims to Be ‘Rational,’” Diverse Issues (Jan. 21, 2020) Speaking Hadar Aviram presented her paper “Standing Trial for Lily: ‘Criminal Legal Consciousness’ and Legal Mobilization Strategy Among Open Rescuers from Factory Farms” at the Harvard Animal Law & Policy Program workshop on Dec. 3. Hadar Aviram presented her paper “Progressive Punitivism: Notes on the Use of Punitive Social Control for Social Justice Ends” at Yale University’s Information Society Project on Dec. 5. Hadar Aviram presented her paper “The Ethnic Djinn Comes Out of the Tin: Criminal and Military Justice Discrimination Against Mizrachi Israelis” at the Mizrachi Legal Studies conference on Dec. 10-11. Scott Dodson was featured on the Good Law Bad Law podcast discussing his work on Justice Ginsburg on Dec. 6. Veena Dubal presented “An Uber Ambivalence: Employee Status, Worker Perspectives, and Labor Regulation in the Gig Economy” at the AALS in January. Veena Dubal presented “Platform as Satanic Mill” at the Racial Capitalism Conference in January. Veena Dubal presented “AB5 to Democracy” at Open Net Korea at Korea University’s American Law Center on Dec. 16. Veena Dubal was the convening keynote speaker at the AB5 implementation in December. Robin Feldman gave a talk in December to healthcare staff at the Federal Trade Commission on her latest book and her new empirical study on formulary tiering titled “The Devil Is in the Tiers.” Heather Field was the organizer and moderator of the panel “Administering the 2017 Tax Act” at AALS in January. Heather Field was the moderator of the panel “New Voices in Tax Law & Policy” at AALS in January. Chimène Keitner was a guest speaker on “Is War with Iran Likely?” at Manny’s on Jan. 12. Chimène Keitner presented “Prosecuting Foreign States” at an ASIL annual workshop at Lewis & Clark on Dec. 6. Joel Paul spoke on “The Vanishing Wall: Conflict Between Church and State,” at Book Passage bookstore in Corte Madera on Dec. 10. Joel Paul gave a series of talks at Book Passage on “The Constitution and the Imperial Presidency” in January. Joel Paul spoke to the UC Law SF San Diego Alumni Chapter on “The Relevance of John Marshall” in January. Radhika Rao was a plenary speaker on a panel on “The Boundaries of Property” at the 25th General Meeting of the Common Core: Property and Tort in the Spotlight of Private Law, which was held at the University of Trento, Italy, on Dec. 6-7. Jodi Short spoke about the constitutional framework for impeachment at a town hall meeting convened by Mike Thompson and Mark DeSaulnier.