The Yale Law Journal

Michael Murray


The Law of Describing Accidents: A New Proposal for Determining the Number of Occurrences in Insurance

Michael Murray

118 Yale L.J. 1484 (2009).


This Note argues that the term “occurrence” in insurance law should be defined by reference to the statistical concept of independence. Most courts define occurrence according to a version of the “causation” theory. This approach, however, yields inconsistent results f…


Seeking More Scienter: The Effect of False Claims Act Interpretations

Michael Murray

117 Yale L.J. 981 (2008).