Vol. 49 Nbr. 1, January 2016
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- The puzzling persistence of acquitted conduct in federal sentencing, and what can be done about it.
- War and justiciability.
- How the SEC's crowdfunding rules for funding portals save the two-headed snake: drawing the proper balance between integrity and cost.
- Congressional funding speaks louder than presidential words: cold, hard cash versus the recognition power.
- If the shoe fits: sizing up the applicability of IvI exclusions to the FDIC.
- Brought back to life: Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court resuscitates parole eligibility for juveniles convicted of first degree murder.
- Are you afraid of the dark? How the New York Attorney General is shedding light on dark pools and high frequency trading.
- Overdosing on authority: negative side effects of the FDA's proposal for generic label changes may include increased costs and liabilities.