Stop judicial bailouts
|by Daniel C. Girard|
Girard Gibbs LLP - San Francisco Office
|November 14, 2011|
Previously published by The National Law Journal on December 1, 2008
As a law student in the early 1980s, I remember noticing that courts would occasionally justify their decisions as furthering “public policy.” Public policy was simple: Fraud is bad. Wasn’t it great, I thought, that we share a common view of public policy?
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