Vol. 121 Nbr. 8, June 2012
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- Regulating opt-out: an economic theory of altering rules.
- Randomized evaluation in legal assistance: what difference does representation (offer and actual use) make?
- The antitrust/consumer protection paradox: two policies at war with each other.
- Locking the doors to discovery? Assessing the effects of Twombly and Iqbal on access to discovery.
- Mandatory and fair? A better system of mandatory arbitration.
- Fair notice about fair notice.
- Corporate purposes in a free enterprise system: a comment on eBay v. Newmark.