Volume 1, Issue 1

Published January 31, 2020
STACKING THE DECK: THE SECURITIES LITIGATION UNIFORM STANDARDS ACT OF 1998 AND FEDERAL PREEMPTION OF STATE LAW CLAIMS AGAINST CORPORATE DIRECTORS
WHAT MAKES A MARKET PLACE TRUSTWORTHY?
CORPORATE LAW ISSUE, CIVIL LAW SOLUTIONS: RESOLVING DISPUTES ARISING FROM UNAUTHORIZED CORPORATE SECURITY CONTRACTS IN PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA HIGH COURTS

Sara Wolf Reust

Catherine M.A. Mc Cauliff

Charles Zhen Qu

 INDEX-MAKER ACTIVISM AND PRIVATE RULEMAKERS
JUDICIAL PHILOSOPHY FOR THOUGHTFUL POLITICIANS AND BUSINESS LEADERS
SECURITISATION: THE IRISH INSOLVENCY FRAMEWORK

Mark Andriola

Winston P. Nagan & Samantha Manausa

Matteo Zambelli

TOWARDS LEGALLY REVIEWABLE DAMAGE AWARDS
BIFURCATING CHAPTER 7 SERVICE & FEE AGREEMENTS IN ARIZONA: A LEGAL AND ETHICAL QUANDARY OR A VIABLE PRACTICE?

Frank S. Giaoui

Amanda M. Manke

Volume 1, Issue 2

Published June 1, 2020
TOWARDS A THEORY OF MARKET POWER
A SLEIGHT OF HAND: WHY NON-TRADED REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS ARE BECOMING AN INCREASINGLY FREQUENT SUBJECT OF SECURITIES LITIGATION AND ARBITRATION
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: IS IT A GOOD UNDER THE UCC OR A SERVICE UNDER THE COMMON LAW OR IS THERE A NEED FOR A NEW CATEGORY?

Mark Jamison

Grant H. Frazier & Sarah K. Deutsch

David E. Missirian

TAXPAYER-OWNED UTILITIES: RESTORING THE APPROPRIATE BALANCE BETWEEN RISK AND REWARD WITH RESPECT TO INVESTOR-OWNED UTILITY COMPANIES
A JUDICIAL TEACHING POINT: THE LESSON OF THE LATE JUSTICE JOHN PAUL STEVENS IN SONY V. UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS AS A RESPONSE TO CIVIL LAWFARE
ELIZABETH WARREN WANTS TO BREAK UP BIG TECH. CAN SHE?

Timothy Nielsen

Mark W. Smith

Kyle Broadfoot

Volume 2, Issue 1

Published February 1, 2021
ONLINE ONBOARDING:
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE TRAINING IN THE COVID-19 ERA
FIXING THE JOBS ACT AND INVITING THE TOKENIZED FUTURE, THE NEED FOR CONGRESSIONAL ACTION
WHEN JUSTICE IS SERVED:
USING DATA ANALYTICS TO EXAMINE HOW FRAUD-BASED LEGAL ACTIONS AFFECT EARNINGS MANAGEMENT

Seth C. Oranburg & Benjamin P. Kahn

Paul H. Jossey

Dr. John Paul, Esq., CPA

DO TRADERS BECOME ROGUES OR DO ROGUES BECOME TRADERS?
THE OM OF JEROME AND THE KARMA OF KERVIEL
BLOCK-CHAIN REACTION: CORPORATE CONSIDERATIONS FOR COMPLIANCE WITH EXPORT CONTROLS AND REGULATIONS
FIDUCIARY DUTY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:
IMPLICATIONS OF THE BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE’S STATEMENT ON THE FIDUCIARY DUTIES OF BOARDS OF DIRECTORS TO CORPORATE STAKEHOLDERS OTHER THAN SHAREHOLDERS.

Ravi Kashyap

Tyler Godbehere

Megan E. Weeren

WHO REALLY CONTROLS THE PRIVACY CONVERSATION? THE NEED FOR A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN THE UNITED STATES
COMITY, TIPPING POINTS, AND COMMERCIAL SIGNIFICANCE: WHAT TO EXPECT OF THE HAGUE JUDGMENTS CONVENTION

Alexa Lynn Weber

Olivia Stitz