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The ride-sharing company Uber has appealed a recent decision of the California Labor Commissioner’s Office declaring a former Uber driver to be an “employee” of the company and not an “independent contractor.” (For more information, here is the actual decision itself, and here is a … Continue reading
Broadly speaking, the so-called Coase theorem states that when bargaining is feasible (i.e. when transaction costs are low), bargaining among parties with conflicts of interest will produce an efficient economic outcome regardless of the initial allocation of property rights. English economist … Continue reading
In a word, no. What if you ate the candy bar during work hours while you were working? The answer is still no. The larger question is this: are snacks ever deductible? And do you prefer a simple “bright-line rule” or … Continue reading
The image above (courtesy of Matt H. Evans) contains four colorful quadrants depicting the basic elements of game theory, a mathematical approach to human behavior. Which one of these quadrants, however, is redundant?
Can we model politics, litigation, and other forms of competition as games of chicken?
J’s on your feet? Via Darren Rovell: A photographer by the name of Jacobus Rentmeester is suing Nike for copyright infringement (you can read more about this case here), alleging that his picture of Michael Jordan (left) was changed slightly by Nike … Continue reading
According to this report by Philip Guo, Juho Kim, and Rob Rubin, who studied student engagement with online courses offered by the edX consortium (edX’s Wikipedia here). Guo, Kim, and Rubin took all 862 educational videos from four edX courses offered in the fall of 2012 … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! With Spring Break right around the corner, we would like some feedback from our business law students. It’s your chance to “grade the professor,” so vote early and vote often … this pithy poll expires on Friday, … Continue reading
Is Apple liable in tort for last fall’s hack of celebrity iCloud accounts? What about Google? Check out this in-depth essay by Issie Lapowsky, published in Wired Magazine last September, addressing some of these questions. According to one source cited in Lapowsky’s report — … Continue reading