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- Multijurisdictional M&A litigation.
- Corporate criminal minds.
- The unregulated certification mark(et).
- Corporate Stewardship.
- Nanotechnology: using co-regulation to bring regulation of modern technologies into the 21st century.
- Litigation Rulemaking.
Investing and Pretending
One of the more prominent components of Dodd–Frank's regulatory changes was Title VII, providing for the regulation of the over-thecounter derivatives known as "swaps." A swap is a financial instrument whose value is based on an asset—the "reference asset"—that is wholly unrelated to the swap itself. Although there was much ado about swap regulation immediately after Dodd–Frank
- Administrative forbearance.
- MAKE AMERICA DISCRIMINATE AGAIN? WHY HOBBY LOBBY'S EXPANSION OF RFRA IS BAD MEDICINE FOR TRANSGENDER HEALTH CARE.
- The bill of attainder clauses: protections from the past in the modern administrative state.
- Regulating Innovation: High Frequency Trading in Dark Pools.
- The Fourth Amendment as administrative governance.
- Cybercrime litigation.
- The control of air pollution on Indian reservations.
- Atmospheric recovery litigation: making the fossil fuel industry pay to restore a viable climate system.
- Pleading Poverty in Federal Court.
- From trash to treasure: converting America's contaminated land into renewable energy havens.
- Admonitions or Accountability?: U.S. Implementation of the Hague Adoption Convention Requirements for the Collection and Disclosure of Medical and Social History of Transnationally Adopted Children
- EXPANDING PROTECTION FOR ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER INDIVIDUALS UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT.
- 864 F.3d 751 (D.C. Cir. 2017), 14-5105, Owens v. Republic of Sudan
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- Representation-Case Procedures
ASSIGNED ALL MY RIGHTS AWAY: The Overuse of Assignment Provisions in Contracts for Patent Rights
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Authoritarianism has been undergoing a metamorphosis. Historically, authoritarians openly repressed opponents by violence and harassment and subverted the rule of law to perpetuate their rule. The post- Cold War crackdown on these transparently authoritarian practices provided significant incentives to avoid them. Instead, the new generation of authoritarians learned to perpetuate their power...