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