Vol. 47 Nbr. 5, March 2006
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- Exactions and burden distribution in takings law.
- Improving prosecutorial decision making: some lessons of cognitive science.
- Toward a new model of consumer protection: the problem of inflated transaction costs.
- Universes colliding: the constitutional implications of arbitral class actions.
- The elephant in the courtroom: litigating the premerger fix in Arch Coal and beyond.
- Eliminating the intent requirement in constructive discharge cases: Pennsylvania State Police v. Suders.