Vol. 73 Nbr. 2, January 2010
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- Main Street, Wall Street, and K Street: regulating financial markets in New York and beyond.
- "Eating your seed corn": a note on New York State's fiscal policy from Lieutenant Governor Ravitch.
- What the financial services industry puts together let no person put asunder: how the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act contributed to the 2008-2009 American capital markets crisis.
- Transparency and bank supervision.
- So you think you want to buy a bank?
- Banks and brokers and bricks and clicks: an evaluation of FINRA's proposal to modify the "bank broker-dealer rule".
- Review of the policy debate over short sale regulation during the market crisis.
- RAND Institute for Civil Justice report on the abuse of medical diagnostic practices in mass tort litigation: lessons learned from the "phantom" silica epidemic that may deter litigation screening abuse.
- Calling their shots: miffed minor leaguers, the steroid scandal, and examining the use of section 1 of the Sherman Act to hold MLB accountable.
- After the storm: unmasking publicly-traded private equity firms to create value through shareholder democracy.
- Aiding and abetting, a Madoff family affair: why secondary actors should be held accountable for securities fraud through the restoration of the private right of action for aiding and abetting liability under the federal securities laws.