Collective Action and Cooperation, Child Custody, and Counterblows

Here are three pairs of lectures I recorded and articles I published, available, as always, from the Internet Archive:

Rendering Unto Caesar The Things Which Are Caesar’s

Here are several lectures I have recorded (with accompanying notes) and several articles I have published on the principle of Dina De’Malchusa Dina and related topics, available, as always, from the Internet Archive. [Note that there is considerable, but certainly not total, overlap between the various listed items]:

Update: An analysis of the technical legitimacy of the Egyptian oppression of the Children of Israel under the principle of Dina De’Malchusa Dina (posted here).

First, Do No Harm

I recently recorded a lecture, and published an article, on the Halachah of malpractice; as usual, both are available, along with my lecture notes, at the Internet Archive. The former covers both general malpractice as well as medical malpractice in particular, while the latter is limited to the latter; both focus primarily on the native Halachah, touching only briefly on the important question of the Halachah’s recognition of secular malpractice law, for reasons such as דינא דמלכותא דינא and מנהג.

Update: Another lecture, covering both general and medical malpractice, at the Internet Archive.