Vol. 62 Nbr. 1, September 2011
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- A tribute to professor Arthur Austin.
- Arthur D. Austin.
- Teaching as product differentiation: studying under professor Arthur D. Austin.
- Midnight in the garden of good faith: using clawback actions to harvest the equitable roots of bankrupt Ponzi Schemes.
- Balancing the 'zoning budget'.
- The forgotten right of fair use.
- Judicial independence in the age of runaway campaign spending: how more vigilant court action and stronger recusal statutes can reclaim the perception of an independent judiciary.
- Combating cyberbullying within the metes and bounds of existing Supreme Court precedent.
- The senior management mens rea: another stab at a workable integration of organizational culpability into corporate criminal liability.
- The SEC's whistleblower program and its effect on internal compliance programs.