Vol. 43 Nbr. 4, January 2011
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- Carbon dioxide: our newest pollutant.
- A National Security Agenda revisited.
- The frequency, predictability, and proportionality of jury awards of punitive damages in State Courts in 2005: a new audit.
- Client files and digital law practices: rethinking old concepts in an era of lawyer mobility.
- The impact of Gross v. FBL Financial Services, Inc. and the meaning of the but-for requirement.
- The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999: a bridge too far? Or not far enough?
- Making homes safer with safe homes: a look at the controversial way Boston attempted to reduce youth violence.
- Arbitration law - Second Circuit holds Section 7 of the Federal Arbitration Act does not permit arbitration panels to issue prehearing document subpoenas to nonparties - Life Receivables Trust v. Syndicate 102 at Lloyd's of London.
- Constitutional Law - Court of International Trade holds Article III standing not required to intervene in existing litigation - Canadian Wheat Board v. United States.
- Consumer law - buy before you sue: standing to sue for ticket scalping requires purchase - Herman v. Admit One Ticket Agency LLC.
- Corporate law - interested board of director's termination of sales process subject to entire fairness review - Gantler v. Stephens.
- Criminal law - Fourth Circuit allows (section) 3582(c) (2) sentence modification under Rule 11 plea agreement to specific term - United States v. Dews.
- Employment law - Title VII does not extend to third-party retaliation claim by fiancee of discrimination claimant - Thompson v. North American Stainless, LP.