VOLUME 158, ISSUE 7 JUNE 2010

ARTICLES

Lying and Getting Caught: An Empirical Study of the Effect of Securities Class Action Settlements on Targeted Firms

LYNN BAI, JAMES D. COX, & RANDALL S. THOMAS
 

 

Paying for Long-Term Performance

LUCIAN A. BEBCHUK & JESSE M. FRIED

 

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, regulators, firms, and investors are seeking to put in place executive pay arrangements that avoid rewarding executives for short-term gains that do not reflect long-term performance. This Article seeks to contribute to these…  Expand


Rethinking the Regulation of Securities Intermediaries

JILL E. FISCH
 

Do Class Action Lawyers Make Too Little?

BRIAN T. FITZPATRICK
 

Credit Default Swap Spreads as Viable Substitutes for Credit Ratings

MARK J. FLANNERY, JOEL F. HOUSTON, & FRANK PARTNOY

In response to the recent financial crisis, commentators have criticized certain credit rating agencies, known as Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organizations (NRSROs), and credit default swaps (CDSs). Regulators have proposed a range of reforms in both areas…  Expand


Reading Stoneridge Carefully: A Duty-Based Approach to Reliance and Third-Party Liability Under Rule 10b-5

DONALD C. LANGEVOORT
 

The Multienforcer Approach to Securities Fraud Deterrence: A Critical Analysis

AMANDA M. ROSE

VOLUME 158, ISSUE 6 MAY 2010

ARTICLES

Key Issues in the Resettlement of Formerly Trafficked Persons in the United States

DENISE BRENNAN
 

 

Tensions and Trade-Offs: Protecting Trafficking Victims in the Era of Immigration Enforcement

JENNIFER M. CHAC�N
 

 

Rescuing Trafficking from Ideological Capture: Prostitution Reform and Anti-Trafficking Law and Policy

JANIE A. CHUANG
 

 

Sex Trafficking and Criminalization: In Defense of Feminist Abolitionism

MICHELLE MADDEN DEMPSEY
 

 

Lessons from Bosnia’s Arizona Market: Harm to Women in a Neoliberalized Postconflict Reconstruction Process

DINA FRANCESCA HAYNES
 

 

A Response to Sex Trafficking Chicago Style: Follow the Sisters, Speak Out

KAETHE MORRIS HOFFER
 

 

A Free Labor Approach to Human Trafficking

JAMES GRAY POPE
 

 

OTHER

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CHRISTINE STARK

VOLUME 158, ISSUE 5 APRIL 2010

ARTICLES

Temporal Imperialism

ALISON L. LACROIX
 

 

Equal Access and the Right to Marry

NELSON TEBBE & DEBORAH A. WIDISS
 

 

COMMENTS

Cashing in on Capitol Hill: Insider Trading and the Use of Political Intelligence for Profit

BUD W. JERKE
 

 

When Should Discovery Come with a Bill? Assessing Cost Shifting for Electronic Discovery

VLAD VAINBERG
 

 

OTHER

Not Since Thomas Jefferson Dined Alone: For Geoff Hazard at Eighty

STEPHEN B. BURBANK
 

 

A Time-Honored Model for the Profession and the Academy

MICHAEL FITTS
 

 

Hazard

HAROLD HONGJU KOH
 

 

A Wise Man of the Law

ANTHONY J. SCIRICA
 

 

Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.: Scholar, Law Reformer, Teacher, and Mentor

CATHERINE T. STRUVE
 

 

Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.: A Curious American 

MICHELE TARUFFO
 

 

Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.: Director Exemplar of the American Law Institute

MICHAEL TRAYNOR
 

 

Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., and the Lessons of History

 

TOBIAS BARRINGTON WOLFF

VOLUME 158, ISSUE 4 MARCH 2010

ARTICLES

Contracting Over Liability: Medical Malpractice and the Cost of Choice

JENNIFER ARLEN
 

 

The Irrelevance of Writtenness in Constitutional Interpretation

ANDREW B. COAN
 

 

From the Greenhouse to the Poorhouse: Carbon-Emissions Control and the Rules of Legislative Joinder 

DAVID A. SUPER
 

 

COMMENTS

Racing to Settlement: The Applicability of Federal Rule of Evidence 408 to Nonparty Settlement Communications

CHAD ALBERT
 

 

The Plain Meaning of Section 365(c): The Tension Between Bankruptcy and Patent Law in Patent Licensing

 

JENNIFER YING

VOLUME 158, ISSUE 3 FEBRUARY 2010

ARTICLES

The Case Against Shareholder Empowerment

WILLIAM W. BRATTON & MICHAEL L. WACHTER
 

 

Culture, Cognition, and Consent: Who Perceives what and why in Acquaintance-Rape Cases

DAN M. KAHAN
 

 

Interest Groups and the Problem with Incrementalism

SAUL LEVMORE
 

 

COMMENTS

Want Less Ideology on the Federal Bench? Pay Judges More

THOMAS J. FORR
 

 

Preserving Facts, Form, and Function when a Deaf Witness with Minimal Language Skills Testifies in Court

BRANDON M. TUCK
 

 

IN MEMORIAM

Remembering Ed Baker

 

SETH KREIMER

VOLUME 158, ISSUE 2 JANUARY 2010

ARTICLES

Rationality Analysis in Antitrust

CHRISTOPHER R. LESLIE
 

 

The Right to Abandon

LIOR JACOB STRAHILEVITZ
 

 

COMMENTS

Freedom from Religion: RLUIPA, Religious Freedom, and Representative Democracy on Trial 

ANTHONY LAZZARO MINERVINI
 

 

Classifying Constructive Amendment as Trial or Structural Error

KENDRA OYER
 

 

OTHER

Foreword: Procedure as Palimpsest

CATHERINE T. STRUVE
 

 

Comparative Convergences in Pleading Standards

SCOTT DODSON
 

 

Taming Twombly, Even After Iqbal

EDWARD A. HARTNETT
 

 

The Changing Shape of Federal Civil Pretrial Practice: The Disparate Impact on Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination Cases 

 

ELIZABETH M. SCHNEIDER

VOLUME 158, ISSUE 1 DECEMBER 2009

ARTICLES

Extreme Value or Trolls on Top? The Characteristics of the Most Litigated Patents 

JOHN R. ALLISON, MARK A. LEMLEY & JOSHUA WALKER


The Constitutionality of International Courts: The Forgotten Precedent of Slave-Trade Tribunals

EUGENE KONTOROVICH


The Inexorable Radicalization of Textualism

JONATHAN R. SIEGEL

Some scholars have recently suggested that textualism, intentionalism, and purposivism are more similar than is generally realized.  These new �accommodationist� scholars claim either that the rival methods share the same goals or even that the methods themselves…  Expand


COMMENTS

Vows to Collide: The Burgeoning Conflict Between Religious Institutions and Same-Sex Marriage Antidiscrimination Laws

FREDRIC J. BOLD, JR.

Six Unconstitutional Homicide Statutes: Rational Basis Review and the Problem of Harsher Punishment for Less Culpable Offenders

JUSTIN V. RODRIGUEZ
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