22 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 739 (2006-2007)
The Justice Bazaar: Dispute Resolution through Emergent Private Ordering as a Superior Alternative to Authoritarian Court Bureaucracy

handle is hein.journals/ohjdpr22 and id is 747 raw text is: It has come to our attention that an article appearing in Volume 22,
number 3 (2007) of the Journal, entitled The Justice Bazaar: Dispute
Resolution Through Emergent Private Ordering as a Superior Alternative to
Authoritarian Court Bureaucracy by Arthur B. Pearlstein, contained
significant passages taken without attribution or written authorization, from
work by Scott A. Landers, Rules and the Concept of a Rule in Law and
Legal Theory, a doctoral dissertation submitted and copyrighted in 1991
(available through UMI Dissertation Publishing). Accordingly, the Journal
hereby retracts (i) the third paragraph on page 740 in the introduction, (ii)
Parts 11. A §§1-4 (pages 742-51), and (iii) Part II.A §6 (pages 753-54) of The
Justice Bazaar: Dispute Resolution Through Emergent Private Ordering as a
Superior Alternative to Authoritarian Court Bureaucracy, 22 OHIO ST. J. ON
Disp. RESOL. 739 (2007).
The Journal regrets this unfortunate incident and extends Mr. Landers an
apology on the unauthorized use of his work by Mr. Pearlstein. In addition,
Mr. Pearlstein also expresses his deep regrets over the matter and apologizes
to all concerned.

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