Articles and Essays

Most of my work is available on SSRN; or by request here.

Published and Forthcoming Work

Payday, Washington University Law Review (Forthcoming, 2020)

Slicing Defamation by Contract, Chicago Law Review Online (Forthcoming, 2020)

Theory of the Nudnik: The Future of Consumer Activism and What We Can Do to Stop It, Vanderbilt Law Review (Forthcoming, 2020) (with Roy Shapira)

  • Podcast interview, Ipse Dixit, with Brian L. Frye: Link, Spotify
  • Selected for the Stanford Junior Forum for Law & STEM

Consumer Activism, DePaul Law Review (Forthcoming, 2020) (Invited symposium contribution, Rising Stars in Legal Academia, with Roy Shapira)

The Case Against Expanding Defamation Laws, 1 Alabama Law Review 453 (2019) (with Murat Mungan)

  • Selected for the Stanford/Yale/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum

Reputation Failure and the Limits of Market Discipline, 54 Wake Forest Law Review 1239 (2019)

Adminization: Gatekeeping Consumer Contracts, 71 Vanderbilt Law Review 121 (2018)

  • Selected for the Stanford/Yale/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum

Tort Reform through the Backdoor: A Critique of Law and Apologies, 90 Southern California Law Review 1199 (2017)  (with Yotam Kaplan)

Shielding of Assets and Lending Contracts, 48 Int’l Review Law & Economics 26 (2016) (Peer-reviewed)

Contract Remedies in Action: Specific Performance, 118 West Virginia Law Review 100 (2015)

Work in Progress

Smart Contracts and Smart Gavels (Work in Progress)

The Misunderstood Economics of Defamation Law (Work in Progress)

Regulating Speech with Bayesian Audiences (with Murat Mungan) (Working Paper)

All-Caps (with Andrew Toler) (R&R).

  • Selected for the Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, American Law & Economics Conference
  • Reviewed in JOTWELL

Other Work

Book Review: Reconsidering Civil Justice, Civil Justice Quarterly, 2019 (Invited Book Review)

Asset Freezing in Israel, in Asset Freezing (2016, Kluwer, with Elad Peled)

The Execution and Enforcement of Private Legal Obligations (May 25, 2015) (SJD Dissertation, Harvard Law School)

Study on the Application of the Cross Border Mergers Directive, for the European Union, Directorate-General for the Internal Market and Services (project leader, professional report, empirical analysis in 28 countries) (2012)

Information Wants to Be Free (2010). Co-authored with Tehila Altshuler. (232 pp, policy paper)