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UHLC’s Seth Chandler on Genetically Modified Liability Insurance Contract

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Via the Legal Theory Blog, a veritable pleasure garden of legal academe, I find Seth Chandler (University of Houston Law Center) has posted A ‘Genetically Modified’ Liability Insurance Contract on SSRN. It’s a little (actually quite) intimidating for math-luddites like myself, but if I understand the abstract, it’s essentially a method of optimizing the efficiency of liability insurance contracts. Bon appetit.

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  1. Andrew Smith says:

    Have you ever seen a game blown better than that of UH vs. Rice earlier this week? See you in class!

  2. lukegilman says:

    Well, I did just watch the Patriots blow an 18-point lead to the Colts, but if by ‘better’ we mean ‘in a more pathetic fashion,’ then no, I have not. ;-(

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