Martin H Redish

  • 310 Citations
1971 …2019

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2019

Compelled commercial speech and the First Amendment

Redish, M. H., Jan 1 2019, In : Notre Dame Law Review. 94, 4, p. 1749-1774 26 p.

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1 Scopus citations
2017

Terrorizing advocacy and the first amendment: Free expression and the fallacy of mutual exclusivity

Redish, M. H. & Fisher, M., Nov 1 2017, In : Fordham Law Review. 86, 2, p. 565-590 26 p.

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3 Scopus citations
2015

One size doesn't fit all: Multidistrict litigation, due process, and the dangers of procedural collectivism

Redish, M. H. & Karaba, J. M., Jan 1 2015, In : Boston University Law Review. 95, 1, p. 109-154 46 p.

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12 Scopus citations

The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment in the Modern Age of Commercial Speech

Redish, M. H. & Shust, K. B., Apr 2015, In : William & Mary Law Review. 56, p. 1443-1500

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2013

Criminal Conspiracy as Free Expression

Redish, M. H. & Downey, M. J. T., Feb 28 2013, In : Albany Law Review. 76, p. 697-734

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2012

Pleading, Discovery, and the Federal Rules: Exploring the Foundation of Modern Procedure

Redish, M. H., 2012, In : Florida Law Review. 64, p. 845-883

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"Worse Than the Disease": The Anti-Corruption Principle, Free Expression, and the Democratic Process

Redish, M. H. & Nightingale-Dawson, E., 2012, In : William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal. 20, p. 1053-1084

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2011

Back to the future: Discovery cost allocation and modern procedural theory

Redish, M. H. & McNamara, C., Apr 1 2011, In : George Washington Law Review. 79, 3, p. 773-822 50 p.

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15 Scopus citations
23 Scopus citations
2010

Cy Pres Relief and the Pathologies of the Modern Class Action: A Normative and Empirical Analysis

Redish, M. H., Julian, P. & Zyontz, S., 2010, In : Florida Law Review. 62, p. 617-666

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2009
15 Scopus citations
2008
6 Scopus citations

Corporations and Political Speech: Should Speech Equal Money?

Redish, M. H., Skover, D., Danetz, L. & Thomas, S., 2007, In : Seattle University Law Review. 30, p. 931-958

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The Class Action as Political Theory

Redish, M. H. & Berlow, C. W., 2007, In : Washington University Law Review. 85, p. 753-813

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2006
8 Scopus citations
10 Scopus citations

Summary judgment and the vanishing trial: Implications of the litigation matrix

Redish, M. H., Apr 1 2005, In : Stanford Law Review. 57, 5, p. 1329-1359 31 p.

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18 Scopus citations
2004

Unlawful advocacy and free speech theory: Rethinking the lessons of the McCarthy era

Redish, M. H., Sep 1 2004, In : University of Cincinnati Law Review. 73, 1, p. 9-94 86 p.

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2 Scopus citations

Why Punitive Damages are Unconstitutional

Redish, M. H. & Mathews, A. L., 2004, In : Emory Law Journal. 53, p. 1-53

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2002

The Need for Jurisdictional and Structural Class Action Reform

Redish, M. H., 2002, In : Environmental Law Reporter. 32, p. 10984-10990

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2001

Electronic discovery and the litigation matrix

Redish, M. H., Nov 1 2001, In : Duke Law Journal. 51, 2

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18 Scopus citations

HUAC, the Hollywood Ten, and the First Amendment Right of Non-Association

Redish, M. H. & McFadden, C. R., 2001, In : Minnesota Law Review. 85, p. 1669-1728

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5 Scopus citations
2000
8 Scopus citations
1999
4 Scopus citations
1998

What's Good for General Motors: Corporate Speech and the Theory of Free Expression

Redish, M. H. & Wasserman, H. M., Jan 1 1998, In : George Washington Law Review. 66, 2, p. 235-296 62 p.

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20 Scopus citations
1997

Constitutionalizing Federalism: A Foundational Analysis

Redish, M. H., 1997, In : Ohio Northern Law Review. 23

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1996

Government Subsidies and Free Expression

Redish, M. H. & Kessler, D. I., Feb 1 1996, In : Minnesota Law Review. 80, 3, 1 p.

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16 Scopus citations

Tobacco Advertising and the First Amendment

Redish, M. H., Mar 1 1996, In : Iowa Law Review. 81, 3, p. 589-639 51 p.

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12 Scopus citations
1995

The Constitutionality of Illinois Tort Reform

Redish, M. H., 1995, In : Illinois Defense Counsel Quarterly.

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