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  1. A Theory of Tax Effects on Economic Damages

    A Theory of Tax Effects on Economic Damages

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    Scott Gilbert. 2014. A Theory of Tax Effects on Economic Damages. Journal of Legal Economics 20(1–2): pp. 1–13. Learn More
  2. Benjamin Gompertz and the Law of Mortality

    Benjamin Gompertz and the Law of Mortality

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    James E. Ciecka. 2014. Benjamin Gompertz and the Law of Mortality. Journal of Legal Economics 20(1–2): pp. 15–29. Learn More
  3. Case Law Concerning the Treatment of Federal Income Taxes in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation in the State Courts

    Case Law Concerning the Treatment of Federal Income Taxes in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation in the State Courts

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    Lauren Guest and David Schap. 2014. Case Law Concerning the Treatment of Federal Income Taxes in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation in the State Courts. Journal of Legal Economics 20(1–2): pp. 85–123. Learn More
  4. Credit Expectancy Damages – A New Six Figure Hedonic Bonanza?

    Credit Expectancy Damages – A New Six Figure Hedonic Bonanza?

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    Thomas A. Climo. 2014. Credit Expectancy Damages – A New Six Figure Hedonic Bonanza?. Journal of Legal Economics 20(1–2): pp. 31–48. Learn More
  5. Does the Vocational Economic Rationale Have Merit? - An Appraisal

    Does the Vocational Economic Rationale Have Merit? - An Appraisal

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    N. C. Ostrofe. 2014. Does the Vocational Economic Rationale Have Merit? - An Appraisal. Journal of Legal Economics 20(1–2): pp. 61–83. Learn More
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  7. Measuring Lost Health Insurance Benefits With Limited Information

    Measuring Lost Health Insurance Benefits With Limited Information

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    Edward Foster. 2014. Measuring Lost Health Insurance Benefits With Limited Information. Journal of Legal Economics 20(1–2): pp. 125–139. Learn More
  8. Millo v. Delius and Losses that Are ‘‘Not Otherwise Compensable’’

    Millo v. Delius and Losses that Are ‘‘Not Otherwise Compensable’’

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    Thomas R. Ireland. 2014. Millo v. Delius and Losses that Are ‘‘Not Otherwise Compensable’’. Journal of Legal Economics 20(1–2): pp. 49–60. Learn More

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