Vol. 67 Nbr. 3, March 2017
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- Tribute to Professor Erik Jensen.
- Still in search of the pro-business court.
- The Roberts Court and economic issues in an era of polarization.
- The first decade of the Roberts Court: good for business interests, bad for legal accountability.
- What do we mean by a 'pro-business' court - and should we care?
- The business of personal jurisdiction.
- The anti-deference pro-preemption paradox at the U.S. Supreme Court: the business community weighs in.
- The Supreme Court as museum curator: securities regulation and the Roberts Court.
- Are intelligence-community leakers internationally protected whistleblowers or simply 'whistling in the dark'? Assessing the protections afforded to intelligence-community whistleblowers under international law.
- Deadly speech: encouraging suicide and problematic prosecutions.
- 'Look then to be well edified, when the fool delivers the madman': insider-trading regulation after Salman v. United States.