Professor Sebok is an expert on mass torts, litigation finance, comparative tort law, and insurance law. Before coming to Cardozo, he was the Centennial Professor of Law and the Associate Dean for Research at Brooklyn Law School, a Fellow in the Program in Law and Public Affairs at Princeton University, and a Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. Professor Sebok has authored numerous articles on litigation finance and mass restitution litigation, as well as Tort Law: Responsibilities and Redress (with John Goldberg and Benjamin Zipursky) and a book (with Mauro Bussani; Oxford, forthcoming) on comparative tort law. He served as Academic Co-reporter for the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 Informational Report on Alternative Litigation Finance, and is frequently quoted in the national media.
Is the current system of malpractice lawsuits fair? Does it even help patients? Are there reforms or laws that can be introduced to reduce the cost of being sued? This is a vintage video and is being shared here for its historical value and its content, not for the quality of its video
Assemblyman Richard N. Gottfried (1)