Vol. 40 Nbr. 1, September - September 2014
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- Grassroots shareholder activism in large commercial bankruptcies.
- Legal theory lessons from the financial crisis.
- Agency costs and misrepresentation in leveraged firms.
- Leave time for trouble: the limitations periods under the securities laws.
- Kahn v. M&F Worldwide Corporation: a small but significant step forward in the war against frivolous shareholder lawsuits.
- The Genesis problem: how unaccepted offers of judgment and mootness have complicated Fair Labor Standards Act litigation.
- Overcoming an "aberration": San Jose challenges Major League Baseball's longstanding antitrust exemption.
- Why Dodd-Frank's whistleblower provision blows: its failure to protect overseas whistleblowers.
- Staying the course with broker-dealer registration: the SEC's impending regulation of crowdfunding portals under the JOBS act.