Ep. 19 - Law in Disasters: Specialized Courts and Oversight During Emergencies

Tue, 05/18/2021


This is the second of our Regulation at Scale episodes - we worked with a group of scholars on projects under the heading of “Regulation at Scale” looking at challenges that arise when new rules or technologies affect broad swaths of society all at once. This episode features Catherine Baylin Duryea discussing her paper, “Crumbs of Judicial Relief?’ Regulatory Oversight During Emergencies,” and Barak Orbach on his paper, “The Duty to Monitor Disruption Risks.”


Episode Notes

Salzburg Global Seminar, Friend or Foe: How Should Directors Face Disruptive Risk? (2019)

Peter Bernstein, Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk (1996)

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