There’s a fantastic new article out by Rick Swedloff (Rutgers-Camden) called Uncompensated Torts. Swedloff examines the obstacles (largely insurance-related) to victim compensation for intentional torts, and offers a sobering take on possible solutions. The one that most interests me is an insurance mandate. Though I take it from Swedloff’s article that these kinds of mandates are perhaps less popular than the used to be? Anyway, the whole thing is well-worth checking out.