Contents

Articles

Willow Springs: A Louisiana Civil Action
Oliver A. Houck

The Discretionary Function: License to Kill? The Federal Tort Claims Act and Hurricane Katrina, Implications of the Robinson/MRGO Decisions: Can the King Do No Wrong?
Janet Louise Daley & Judge Stanwood Richardson Duval, Jr.

The Long Road Home: Mass Settlement of Katrina Homeowners Insurance Claims in Federal Court
Judge Joseph C. Wilkinson, Jr.

Ethics Reform in New Orleans: Progress and Problems Ten Years Post-Katrina
David A. Marcello

Comments

When Employees Didn’t Know When Enough Was Enough:The Circuit Split That Created the Decision
R. Blake Crohan

Because Arbitration Can Be Beneficial It Should Never Have to Be Mandatory: Making a Case Against Compelled Arbitration Based Upon Pre-Dispute Agreements to Arbitrate in Consumer and Employee Adhesion Contracts
Amanda R. James

Casenote

Reasonableness as Corrections Reform in Kingsley v. Hendrickson
Jordan A. Shannon