Table of contents for Federal preemption : states' powers, national interests / editors, Richard Epstein, Michael Greve.

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Preface, Kenneth W. Starr
Introduction: Preemption in Context, Michael S. Greve & Richard A. Epstein
 Preemption, Supremacy, and the Alternatives
 From Supremacy to Preemption
 Preemption in the Post¿New Deal Era
PART I: CONSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT
Chapter 1: Federal Displacement of State Law: The Nineteenth-Century View, Viet C. Dinh
 Federal Authority and Supremacy
 Exclusivity
 Conflict: Actual and Implied
 Conclusion
Chapter 2: The Breadth vs. the Depth of Congress¿s Commerce Power: The Curious History of Preemption during the Lochner Era, Stephen A. Gardbaum
 The Intellectual and Constitutional Frameworks
 The Early Lochner Court: 1887¿1912
 The Dominant View
 The Minority View
 The New Preemption Paradigm
 Conclusion
PART II: APPLICATIONS
Chapter 3: The Case for FDA Preemption, Daniel E. Troy
 FDA Regulation: Drug Approval and Labeling
 The Effects of Liability Litigation
 Failure-to-Warn Suits: The Growing Threat and FDA¿s Response
 The Case for Preemption
Chapter 4: Federal Preemption in Cellular Phone Regulation, Thomas W. Hazlett
	Trade-Offs: State vs. Federal Jurisdiction
	Building Wireless Networks
	A Natural Experiment
	Conclusion
Chapter 5: Federalism and Financial Regulation, Hal S. Scott
 Banking
 Securities
 Insurance
 Federal Primacy and Preemption Reform: A Modern Necessity
Chapter 6: Preemption in Environmental Law: Formalism, Federalism Theory, and Default Rules, Thomas W. Merrill
 Default Rules
 Federal Common Law Defaults
 Dormant Commerce Clause Defaults
 Express Preemption Defaults
 Applications
 Conclusion
Chapter 7: Supreme Court Preemption: The Contested Middle Ground of Products Liability, Samuel Issacharoff & Catherine M. Sharkey
 Federal Interests in Preemption
 Products Liability: The Contested Middle Ground
 Conclusion
 
PART III: THE LOGIC OF PREEMPTION
Chapter 8: The Problem of Federal Preemption: Toward a Formal Solution, Robert R. Gasaway & Ashley C. Parrish	
 Identifying the Elements of Form
 Rules vs. Standards: Enforcement Mechanisms
 Conclusion
Chapter 9: Federal Preemption and State Autonomy, Ernest A. Young
 Preemption and the Imperatives of Federalism Doctrine
 The Libertarian Vision
 Preemption in Statutory Context
 Limiting Preemption
 Conclusion
 
Chapter 10: Supremacy and Preemption: A View from Europe, Anne van Aaken
 Supremacy, European-Style
 The Union¿s Powers
 Canons of Construction
 Legal Instruments and Bases
 Preemption
 Conclusion
Conclusion: Preemption Doctrine and Its Limits, Michael S. Greve & Richard A. Epstein
 Implied Preemption and the Anti-Circumvention Principle
 Rice Reexamined
 The Dormant Prong of Dormant Commerce
 Warnings, Labels, and Design
 Formalism? Functionalism? Expertise?
 The Limits of Doctrine
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Exclusive and concurrent legislative powers -- United States.
Federal government -- United States.
State governments -- United States.