Vol. 83 Nbr. 1, January 2018
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- Sanctions and the Blurred Boundaries of International Economic Law.
- The Drug Innovation Paradox.
- Posner Tackles the Pro Se Prisoner Problem: A Book Review of Reforming the Federal Judiciary.
- Underinsured Motorist Coverage Offsets: Plainly Stated or Inherently Ambiguous? Owners Ins. Co. v. Craig.
- More Cheese for the Rats: Tax Court and Congress Give Big Win to Whistleblowers with Broad Definition of "Proceeds": Whistleblower 21276-13W v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
- Is This Necessary? An Analysis of the Court's Relaxed Application of Anderson in Peters v. Johns.
- When Cheating Is Good and Cooperation Is Bad: Conspiracies and the Continuing Violations Doctrine Under the Sherman Act: In re Pre-filled Propane Tank Antitrust Litig.
- Missouri Shows the True Meaning of the "Show-Me" State: Missouri's Unfounded Hesitation to Enact a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
- Not Objecting to Prosecutor's Offering of Fifth Amendment Protections from a Civil Deposition Is Ineffective Assistance of Counsel: Christian v. State.