Vol. 43 Nbr. 3, June 2010
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- Forgotten trust: a check-the-box Achilles' heel.
- Beware the federal government bearing gifts: how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 could become a whistleblowing trojan horse.
- Foreword: symposium on constitutional review in China.
- A constitutional court for China within the Chinese Communist Party: scientific development and a reconsideration of the institutional role of the CCP.
- Constitutional review in China: an unaccomplished project or a mirage?
- Nulla poena sine lege in China: rigidity or flexibility?
- A comment on the rise and fall of the Supreme People's Court's reply to Qi Yuling's case.
- The Communist Party and the law: an outline of formal and less formal linkages between the ruling party and other legal institutions in the People's Republic of China.
- CEO, CFO, COO ... cube dweller? Attorney-client privilege and corporate communication: whose communications should Massachusetts law protect?
- As Montville, Maine goes, so goes Wolcott, Vermont? A primer on the local regulation of genetically modified crops.
- Constitutional law - Ninth Circuit upholds constitutionality of felon-in-possession of body armor statute with de minimus jurisdictional element - United States v. Alderman.
- Criminal procedure - First Circuit establishes less demanding requirement of particularized need to access prior grand jury testimony - In re Grand Jury.
- Criminal procedure - government may not introduce evidence derived from illegal private wiretaps despite its "clean hands" - United States v. Crabtree.
- Criminal procedure - Supreme Judicial Court delineates method for application of forfeiture to indigent criminal defendant - Commonwealth v. Means.
- Federal civil practice - local district court rule does not provide judge authority to order "narrowcast" of motion hearing - In re Sony BMG Music Entertainment.