No. 102-4, May 2017
- In Defense of Content Regulation
- Patent Challenge Clauses: A New Antitrust Offense?
- An Expressive Theory of Privacy Intrusions
- The Audience for Corporate Disclosure
- Substantive Equality and Procedural Justice
- Kafkaesque Dangers: IPERIA, Do Not Pay, and the Government's New Fight Against Improper Payments
- 'It Will Be Good for You,' They Said: Ensuring Internships Actually Benefit the Intern and Why It Matters for FLSA and Title VII Claims
- A Forgotten Past Creates a Fractured Present: Why Courts Should Utilize Historical Context when Interpreting Ambiguous Provisions of the 1977 Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Plain Error by Another Name: Are Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Claims a Suitable Alternative to Plain Error Review in Iowa?
- Contract, Trust, and Corporation: From Contrast to Convergence