Dependent and Independent Contractors in Recent U.S. Labor Law: An Ambiguous Dichotomy Rooted in Simulated Statutory Purposelessness, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal (1999)
Enforcing Fair Labor Standards in the Modern American Sweatshop: Rediscovering the Statutory Definition of Employment (with Bruce Goldstein, Lawrence E. Norton II, and Catherine K. Ruckelshaus), UCLA Law Review (1999)
Smart Women, Stupid Shoes, and Cynical Employers: The Unlawfulness and Adverse Health Consequences of Sexually Discriminatory Workplace Footwear Requirements for Female Employees, Journal of Corporation Law (1997)
Eisenhower-Era Marxist-Confiscatory Taxation: Requiem for the Rhetoric of Rate Reduction for the Rich, Tulane Law Review (1996)
Down and Out in Weslaco, Texas and Washington, D.C.: Race-Based Discrimination Against Farm Workers Under Federal Unemployment Insurance (with Lawrence E. Norton II), University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (1995)
“Inherently Bad, and Bad Only”: A History of State-Level Regulation of Cigarettes and Smoking in the United States Since the 1880s. Volume 1: An In-Depth National Study Embedding Ultra-Thick Description of a Representative State (Iowa), University of Iowa Faculty Books (2012)
This book lays out empirical and methodological underpinnings for studying the early period of anti-cigarette...