Volumes

Volumes can be downloaded by clicking the headings (e.g., 22 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Summer 2017)). The IBLJ produces 1 new issue for each new volume each semester.


22 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Summer 2017)

  • BOCCELLI: Staying the Night: Integrating Home-Sharing Platforms into the Hospitality Industry
  • CHEN: Specters of Privatized Punishment: Erosions of Civil Liberties in Juvenile Prisons
  • CHUNG: Cosmetic Regulations: Loopholes in the FDA
  • GE: In Case of ERISA Violation: Exhaust the Exhaustion Requirement
  • JANKOWSKI: Internet Speech as Commerce: Tackling the Violent Left
  • NOWICKI: Equating Cybertravel with Physical Travel: The Key to Preserving a Borderless Internet without Violating U.S. Copyright Law
  • RICE: Toeing the Line: Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s Possible Conflicts of Interest as Federal Employees
  • SHULTZ: Net Neutrality: Individual Privacy at Risk
  • YEOMAN: Liquid Aloha: A Case on Beer Brewed on the Shores of the Hawaiian Islands or the Banks of the Big Muddy

22 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2016)

  • BOCCELLI: Driving Solo: Solutions to the Current Patchwork of Legislation Concerning Automatic Vehicles
  • CHEN: Moving Forward from the Family Act: Implications for Working Women, Business, and Contemporary Conditions of Caretaking Labor
  • CHUNG: Is Your Bank Account Safe? Financial Institutions’ Bad Faith Malpractice
  • GE: Digital Millennium Copyright Act: Notice and Takedown on Fair Use
  • GUTT: Our Broken System: Modifying the U.S. Pharmaceutical Regulatory Scheme to Decrease Surging Prescription Drug Prices
  • HARDING: Consolidation in the Agricultural Manufacturing Industry: Does John Deere’s Proposed Buyout of Precision Planting Violate Section 7 of the Clayton Act?
  • JANKOWSKI: Timing Brexit Right: Theresa May’s Great Political Challenge
  • NAYDENOV: Disclosure Dilemma: Is Disclosure to the Government Enough to Invoke the False Claims Act’s Public Disclosure Bar
  • NOWICKI: Lack of Legal Duty to Fill Vacancies on the United States Export-Import Bank’s Board of Directors May Destroy Ex-Im Bank
  • RICE: Keeping an AI on Technological Advances in Business Law
  • SHULTZ: The Sharing Economy: Airbnb’s Discrimination Problem
  • YEOMAN: Is a 3-D Printed Object a Product?
  • YUHASZ: Quitting Quill: State Laws Challenge Quill’s Physical Presence Standard for Out-of-State Tax Collection
  • WITTENBERG: When to Disclose Data Breaches Under Federal Securities Laws

21 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2016)

  • MEZEI: How A Loophole in the Bankruptcy Code is Forcing Colleges and Universities to Have Some Skin in the Game
  • KIM: The Agency Problem of Lehman Brothers’ Board of Director
  • GOMEZM ALFARO: Lifting the Injunctions: The end of “the trial of the century” in sovereign debt
  • KARL: Foul or Dive? Outlining the United States Women’s National Soccer Team’s Pay for Play Lawsuit
  • LOWE: Chipotle and the Need for HR Oversight In Settlement Avoidance Strategies
  • WITTENBERG: It’s a Bird . . . It’s a Plane . . . It’s a Drone! State and Local Drone Applications in Law Enforcement
  • ZENDER: A Fiduciary Duty Requirement for Financial Professionals is Great, in Theory
  • KARL: Third-Party Litigation Finance: Leveling The Playing Field or Overstepping Ethical Boundaries?
  • KIM: New Legal Problems Created by Wearable Devices
  • ZENDER: New York’s Legally Dubious and Harmful Sodium Labeling Scheme
  • WITTENBERG: The Alienability of Digital Distribution Licenses
  • LOWE: The Best Offense Is a Good Defense: The Strategic Value of Building a Strong Corporate Culture

20 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2015)

  • KARL: Daily Fantasy Sports & Modern Regulation
  • WITTENBERG: Automated Vehicles: Strict Products Liability, Negligence Liability and Proliferation
  • ZENDER: The Danger of the Gas Tax: to People, Businesses, and even to the Environment
  • LOWE: The Status of Arbitration in 2016: An Institution in Review
  • MEZEI: Why Everyone Should Condemn the BDS Movement
  • KARL: No Longer a Long Shot: Why the Odds Favor the Eventual Legalization of Sports Gambling
  • MEYER: Unnecessary Toughness: Throwing the Flag on the NFL’s New Personal Conduct Policy

19 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2014)

  • MASLAR: Two Sides of the Same [Bit]coin: Why Regulating Bitcoin Works in Its Favor
  • ST. AUBIN: The Ride-Sharing Economy: Keeping Liability in the Rearview
  • TINNEN: Practical Tips to Comply with SEC Beneficial Ownership Reporting Requirements
  • CHO: A Look at IRS’s Transfer Pricing Audit Roadmap
  • ROOT: Government Gone Overboard With Sarbanes-Oxley
  • STERNBERG: Pregnancy Discrimination in The Workplace: Proposed Changes in The Law
  • FORRISTALL: Are Fish Tangible Objects?
  • HOLM: Pirating an Industry: Ridesharing as a Subversion of Livery Regulation
  • VICKERS: Data Breaches: Is anyone responsib/le?
  • MEYER: Playing Hardball with the Rooftop Owners: The Cubs’ Case for Wrigley Field Expansion

18 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2014)

  • Crowdfunding Limits — Raising the Cap
  • The Contraceptive Mandate: Birth Control or Business Control?
  • Owning the Internet: The Demise of Net Neutrality
  • National Security Space Launch: No Contest
  • Lessons from Hartney: How to Reduce Tax Forum Shopping by Illinois Retailers
  • In-App Purchases: The Classic Game of Bait-and-Switch, Now Available on Google Play
  • Likely Effects of US Immigration Reform on the National Deficit and Social Security System
  • Extortion and Professional Irresponsibility

17 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2013)

  • Will you Tip the Pizza Delivery Drone? Commercial Drone Usage Now and in the Future
  • Should Tax Credits as an Incentive for Higher Education be Eliminated?
  • Space for Private Investment: Entrepreneurs of the Final Frontier
  • The Non-Deductibility of Juris Doctorate Degree Expenses Under Treasury Regulation 1.62-5
  • Facebook IPO Proves More Transparency Needed for Investors, but Will Twitter Listen?
  • The Macy’s, JC Penney, and Martha Stewart Love Triangle: Is Freedom of Contract Threatened?
  • Crimes Against Humanity, I’m Lovin’ It: Issues in Sponsorship of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

16 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2013)

  • Entrepreneurship in Brazil
  • Entrepreneurship in Turkey

15 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2012)

  • Shadow Banking: Help is on the Way
  • 3 and 1/2 Job Hiring Practices that can Skew Your Qualifications
  • Weeding Out the Odds: Analysis of Oregon and Washington’s Constitutional Amendments to Legalize Recreation Use of Marijuana
  • Uber Battle: Cabbies vs. Startup
  • As Argentina Faces Another Default, Kitchenware a Last Resort
  • Fiduciary Duties: Legal Obligations or Investors’ Imaginary Friends?
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution: An Exercise in Interpretation or a Legitimate Discussion of the Merits?
  • Take your Business Elsewhere: Why the Federal Corporate Income Tax is Destroying our Economy
  • Election 2012 — Business Leaders and the Social Contract Referendum
  • Welfare, Innovation and Growth: The Patent Paradox
  • Bluebird: Walmart Wants to be your “Every Day Low Price” Bank
  • Let Organizational Sentencing Get Creative
  • Say-on-Pay: The First Results are in
  • Non-Lawyers Owning Law Firms
  • Student Loans: Trading your Life for a Degree

14 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2012)

  • 2011 Bankruptcy Review: What Comes Down Must Go Up
  • Regulating the PIPE Market: The Unintended Ripple Effects
  • Germany and Patents: All that Glitters isn’t Gold
  • Pretextual Wiretapping: Raj Rajaratnam and Perfect Hedge
  • What’s Mine is Yours: Takings after Kelo
  • United States’ Last Chance to Save Cotton Subsidies?
  • Cushioning the Impact of First to File for Small Businesses: The Provisional Patent Application
  • The Great Firewall of America: Is the United States on the Road to Becoming the Next Internet Villain?

13 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2011)

  • Fried Chicken, Snuggies, Dish Soap, and the NFL: The Common Denominator
  • Anger across the Atlantic: Flying to Europe May be More Expensive than Ever
  • “Friend” for Funding: Are Social Networks the Future of Startup Funding?
  • World Business Chicago: Helping the Masses or Just a Few?
  • The NBA Lockout: A Momentum-Killing Millionaire v. Billionaire Showdown
  • Flash Trading: The Informational Age Gone Awry?

12 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2011)

  • SCHEERINGA: Too Big to Fail v. Too Small to Survive
  • So Sue Me!
  • The End of Peer-to-Peer File Sharing?
  • The Overreach of the EPA: Fact or Fiction?
  • What Goes Around Comes Around: The Super Bowl Ticket Fiasco
  • Diminishing Privacy to Information Receiving Growing Public Attention
  • Oral Complaints and Their Effect on Summary Judgment for FLSA Retaliation Law Suits: Kasten v. Saint Gobain
  • SCHEERINGA: Dodd-Frank Credit Rating Agency Reform in the Crosshairs
  • NCAA Expansion of Divisions
  • Quantitative Easing May Create Foreign Unease
  • Microsoft’s Message to its Partners
  • Regulatory Takings in Real Property: Fact or Fiction?

11 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2010)

  • Induced Infringement: What Standard Should the Supreme Court Adopt in Global-Tech Appliances v. SEB S.A.?
  • Transfer Fee Covenants and Homeowner’s Associations
  • ASX-SGX Merger: What Should Matter?
  • Is the SEC Blind?
  • Undervalued Renminbi: Illegal or Inefficient?
  • The Social Network: Defamation or Right to Privacy?
  • What to Do About the Bush Tax Cuts to Avoid Going Two Steps Forward and One Step Back
  • Data, Information, and the Practice of Law
  • Lumbermans v. Broadspire: Why an Arbitrator Should Decide Questions of Procedural Arbitrability
  • Protecting the Unprotected Domestic Worker
  • Shipping Jobs to India: Democratic Foe and Republican Ally?
  • SCHEERINGA: What hath Madoff Wrought? Private Actions under the Martin Act
  • Temporal Folly in the Creating Small Business Jobs Act of 2010
  • A Solution to Executive Over-Compensation?
  • Possible Change on the Horizon for Foreclosure Law
  • 3G’s Whopper of a Problem: The Loss of the Super Fan
  • New Process Steel, L.P. v. National Labor Relations Board: Three Months Later

10 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2010)

  • The Cayman Islands and the John Grisham Effect: Yes, Everything Changed
  • Provena Covenant Medical Center v. Department of Revenue: The Decision That May End Charitable Exemptions for Nonprofit Hospitals
  • The Failure of the Green Movement
  • Happiness and its Effect on Economic Development and Business Profitability
  • American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League: Will the NFL’s Challenge Intercept a Hockey Fan’s Enjoyment of the NHL?
  • Excluding the Endowment Effect?
  • I’ll Stick with the Couch: How Personal Seat Licenses are Pricing the Average NFL Fan Out of the Live Game Market
  • The Modern Role of the General Counsel as Corporate Lawyer and Business Executive
  • Reading Between the Law: A Case Study of the Home Repair and Remodeling Act of Illinois
  • Should the United States Exempt Foreign-Source Income Similar to Foreign Business Partners?
  • Hospitals in Distress: How the Economy has Affected Financing of Health Care
  • Antitrust Activism
  • Confidential Securities Trading v. Disclosure Requirements of Bankruptcy Rule 2019
  • Keeping the Chicago Cubs Spring Training Facility in Arizona
  • Microcredit Part 2
  • The Business of Steroids in Baseball
  • A Value-Added Tax: Who is the Joke on?
  • Doing Business in the Middle East
  • Regulation E: Are the Problems with Overdraft Protection Properly Addressed?
  • Is the NCAA Fulfilling Its Tax-Exempt Status?
  • A Corporate Duty to Hedge? Distinguishing Between Speculation and Hedging (Part II)
  • America’s Favorite Pastime: Adding up the Stats for a Fantasy Success

9 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2009)

  • 2008/9 Financial Crisis: A Lot to Learn on Bailouts and Too Big to Fail Companies in Order to Draft New Regulation
  • Comcast and NBC Universal: The Implications of Big Media Mergers in an Increasingly Smaller World
  • Microcredit – Part 1
  • Eyes Wide Open: Expanding Views on the Alien Tort Claims Act
  • I’m All In: The Online Poker Industry
  • Level the Playing Field: Consider State Taxes when Developing Salary Caps in the Major Sports
  • Why Lawyers Should Know More about Antitrust Regulations
  • Jurisdictional Competition in a Developing Economy: Law and Policy Issues of the Offshore Structure Use in Russia
  • Be Careful, They’re Unpaid Interns: Is the NCAA and its Member Schools Unfairly Profiting from the Likenesses of its Athletes?
  • Astroturf Lobbying Organizations: Do Fake Grassroots Need Real Regulation?
  • Implications of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) on Professional Sports
  • Deficient in Deficiencies: The Potential Effects of the Refusal to Uphold Full-Recourse, Residential Real Estate Loans
  • Should Section 10(b) Rule 10b-5 of the Securities Acts be Amended to Allow Private Right of Action for Aiding and Abetting?
  • Who Shut off the A/C? Turning Up the Heat on Corporate Attorneys and the Attorney Client Privilege
  • Free Trade Versus Protectionism: A Taxing Debate
  • Renewable Energy: Looking Toward the Future
  • Have Homeowners Associations Crossed the Line? Homeowners Associations are Quick to Pursue Foreclosure for Unpaid Assessments
  • From the 2016 Olympics Games to Antitrust Law: Brazil Steps Towards Globalization
  • Statistical Sampling: Weighing Costs Versus Precision in Providing Taxpayer Guidance
  • Intellectual Property Rights: The Last Barrier to International Free Trade
  • R.I.P. Vanilla Dreams, You will be Missed
  • Looking East: The Road to Recovery
  • The Skinny on Taxing Fatty Foods
  • Knock-Off the Knockoffs: The Fight Against Trademark and Copyright Infringement
  • Should Cheerleading be a Sport?
  • No Starts, No Stats, No Problem
  • Protecting “The Progress of Science and Useful Arts”
  • ESTELL: Can I Get a Piece of that? Policies on Sampling and How it Affects Creativity in Hip Hop
  • The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Nonprofits
  • Marvel and Disney: A Merger with Character
  • Plug the Leak: Employee Turnover- A Consequence of Discriminatory Behavior?

8 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2009)

  • M&A’s — I’ll Drink to That
  • Nationalized Treasure
  • The Future of the Merck and Schering-Plough Merger
  • Honking and Swearing Never Works: An Examination of Urban Traffic Congestion Remedies
  • The Big Three: Bailout or Bankruptcy?
  • The U.S. Financial Crisis: Is Legislative Action the Right Approach?
  • Investing in China Through a Hong Kong, SAR Entity — Tax Considerations for Riding the Next Wave
  • Grey Area Anatomy: Tax Exemptions for Nonprofit Hospitals
  • Weekend at Bernie’s
  • The Wall Street Bonus Culture: Well-Deserved Benefit or Unnecessary Waste?
  • SAG Power Struggle Spills into Court Amidst Talk of Strike
  • Storm Ahead for Sirius XM Merger
  • Ticketmaster’s Legal Woes

7 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2008)

  • VARNAVAS: Zoning and Regulation of Detroit’s Adult Entertainment Businesses: Has it Gone too Far?
  • Get on the City Bus: The Future of the American Suburb and her Automobiles
  • Preventing Price-Gouging of Gasoline after Natural Disaster
  • And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: Deregulation and the Current Financial Crisis
  • International Personal Data Protection and its Redress
  • Non-Compete Agreements: Friend or Foe?
  • Chipping Away at the RIAA’s “Making Available” Theory of Copyright Infringement
  • Tamed Tigers: Sovereign Wealth Funds as Passive Investors
  • Merger Talks in Detroit Auto Business
  • Wall Street to Fraud Street: Disgruntled Investors Want Compensation
  • New Stadiums, Higher Prices, No Remedy
  • Banking Acquisitions During the Financial Crisis
  • Salute Your Shorts
  • The First Step to Success: Securing Funding for your Small Business
  • The Obama “Celebrity” Ad and the Right of Publicity

6 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2008)

  • Blockbuster’s $1 Billion Bid on Circuit City
  • Home is Where the Most Economically Beneficial Laws Are: Finding the Best Location to Incorporate Your Business
  • Probing Spygate: Will the NFL Indemnify Key Witness?
  • Cyberbullying: A Modern Problem
  • Primary Dealers Credit Facility: Changing for Market Liquidity
  • Is Your Ad Deceptive?
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty Suits Arising Out of Yahoo’s Rejection of Microsoft’s Offer
  • Seagate Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Competitor
  • Fidel Castro Has Finally Stepped Down: Now What Should be Done about that Pesky Trade Embargo?
  • The Roberts Court and the Neutralization of McCain-Feingold’s Corporate
  • Wikileaks: A Cutting-Edge Journalism Tool or an Affront to Business Privacy?
  • Patent Reform Act is Considered by U.S. Senate
  • Airline Labor Disputes and the RLA Status Quo Provisions
  • Are Your Gift Cards Safe?
  • The Existing Labor and Environmental Agreements in NAFTA
  • Worst. Journal. Article. Ever. [Northern Ireland Court of Appeals Overturns Award to “Goodfellas” Pizzeria in Belfast]
  • Should Complex Corporate Litigation Trials be Left to the Juries?
  • Can a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Exist in Cyberspace?
  • Law Firms: It’s Getting Easier to be Green
  • Varying Intellectual Property Regimes: The Reception of Gray Market Goods in the United States and the European Union
  • Privacy Implications of Radio Frequency Identification Technology
  • When in Doubt, Seek a Buyout: Indiana’s Solution to the Kelvin Sampson Dilemma
  • Hedge Funds are Getting Rich, but Who is Really Taking the Risk?
  • Payday Lenders: Luring the Elderly into the Debt Trap
  • Zoning Regulations Need to Keep Pace
  • College Football Coaching Carousel
  • International Business Travelers Beware
  • Google Defends its Trademark from Genericide
  • The Mail-Order Bride Phenomenon
  • Overtime Pay and White-Collar Exemptions: Seeking Clarification in Light of Recent Revisions

5 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2007)

  • The Format Wars
  • Following the LEEDers: What Attorneys Should Know about Green Building
  • Homeowner’s Associations and their Limitations on Free Speech
  • Google’s Book Search Library Project Faces Copyright Challenges
  • Sonic Boom or Bust: Franchise Relocation in the NBA
  • IPO of China Construction Bank
  • Financing Space Assets and Private Business Entities
  • The Art of Registering a Business: Picking the Right Method of Registration for your New Business
  • Instant Messages: An E-Discovery Nightmare?
  • Three Banks and their SIV “Superfund” Baby
  • Economically Reprehensible Behavior, Or Benefits and Risks of Morality?
  • Post-Merger: What’s in a Name?
  • The Trade-Off: Land for Fewer Dropped Calls
  • FMRI and DNA Gene Sequence Mapping Provide Promising Technologies with an Orwellian Price Tag
  • Billable Hours Be Gone: Should the Hourly Billing System be Replaced?
  • RIAA Advances the Legal Battle Against Piracy
  • Do Hedge Funds Need to be Better Regulated?
  • Legal Outsourcing: The Endangered Associate
  • Privatization in China
  • It’s not Easy being Green: The Tech Industry Seeks Greener Solutions to its Rapidly Increasing Energy Demands
  • How can we Protect Fashion Designs with Trademark Law?
  • When Pretend Money has Real Value: A Study of Virtual Property in Online Gaming
  • Securing IP Interests Means Securing a Future for your Business
  • Islamic Finance: Origins, Emergence, and Future
  • The Effect of Regulatory Schemes on the Rate of New Venture Creation
  • Paparazzi Cause Need for New Federal Laws
  • Veto Power in the Sale of the Cubs
  • MOSHIASHWILI: The Failure and Future of E-Voting in America

4 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Spring 2007)

  • Diversification in Corporate Law
  • First Year, Second Chance
  • Cuomo’s Code of Conduct: Troubled Times for the Student Loan Industry
  • Accessing Unclaimed TIF Funds
  • Undocumented Taxation: More Illegal Immigrants Likely to File Returns
  • Evolution of Maternalism in Corporate Law
  • Anchors Aweigh! The U.S. Navy, the U.S. Coast Guard, and Regulating International Shipping on the High Seas
  • Not so Funny Funny Business
  • The Dark Side of Land Use Restrictions
  • A Penny for your Pounds: U.S. Companies are Paying Overweight Employees to Get into Shape
  • The Application of EU Competition Law to Professional Soccer: Should the EU Regulate Professional Soccer? (Part II)
  • Pestilence, War, Famine, Death…and Unemployment?: An Analysis of the Internet Message Boards’ Impact on Law Firm Recruitment
  • China Approves Bill to End Preferential Tax Treatment for Foreign Companies
  • Finding REIT Investors through the EB-5 Visa Program
  • Anatomy of a Tax Protester
  • Will Congress Kill the “Death” Tax?
  • The Classical Legacy of Admiralty: The Roman Experience
  • Automated Document Review: Cost Saver for the Startup Firm?
  • IRS Study Confirms the Obvious
  • Don’t Franchise Me! The NFL’s Emerging Dilemma
  • Turning Brownfields into Big Green: Practical Concerns Regarding Contaminated Real Estate
  • Sirius-XM “Merger of Equals” Faces Regulatory Challenge
  • DELANEY: “The Irony of All of This, Is that They Failed to See the Irony of All This.”
  • Loopholes in the U.S.A. Patriot Act Enables Financial Institutions to Provide Services to Undocumented Immigrants
  • Investing in Privatized Municipal Infrastructure: Accounting for the Legal Risks
  • Can Bush’s Health Insurance Tax Proposal Help Solve American Healthcare Woes?
  • Not Just Compensation, Just Representation?
  • When Coach Blows the Whistle Are You out of Bounds?
  • The Business of Surveillance: Balancing Concerns over Ubiquitous Technology
  • Defeating the Purpose of the Tax Penalty — An Exercise in Underdeterrence

3 Ill. Bus. L.J. (Fall 2006)

  • Imposing Fiduciary Duties on Political Partnerships
  • Does MySpace Care about Copyrights?
  • Super Size my Premiums Please!
  • America’s Pastime of a Time Past: Baseball has Lost its Special Place in the American Courts, but Why?
  • Leasing to More than Just Humans? Who’s Liable when Bongo Bites?
  • The IRS Private Debt Collection Program’s Early Trials and Tribulations
  • The Future of U.S.-Cuban Transportation Law
  • China Makes Plans to Diversify its Currency Reserves
  • Thinking about Refinancing your Mortgage? Think Again
  • Could the Rule Against Pro Se Representation be a Problem for Single-Member LLCs?
  • Don’t Mess with Star Wars
  • The Unlawful Internet Gambling Act and the Tax Revenue the United States Government could have Had
  • From M-16s to the FRCP: The 11th Circuit’s uSERRA Blunder
  • Banks Cheating Workers Out of Overtime Pay are in Trouble
  • Power Auction: Rates in Illinois to Rise
  • China’s New M&A Regulations
  • Bank of America Settles Money Laundering Suit for $7.5 Million
  • Merck Owes the IRS Big Bugs — for Taking Advantage of the International Tax Market?
  • Real Estate Auctions: Is a Bidder Legally Bound?
  • A Salty Flavor to your (Formerly) Land-Based Contracts: Norfolk Southern v. Kirby Two Years Later
  • Sports Stadiums: Do Franchises Really Need Public Financing to Build their New Stadiums
  • Where to Open a Business: Consideration of Living Wage Ordinances
  • Fun with the Tax Code: Changes Abound in 2006 Tax Year
  • DELANEY: Where Have you Gone Doogie Howser M.D.? A Nation Turns its Lonely Eyes to You
  • China Approves Citibank-led Consortium’s Buy-Into Guangdong Development Bank
  • Tax Mogul H&R Block Tempts Fate by Branching into the World of Everyday Banking
  • Has the Bubble Burst? Economic Implications of a Buyer’s Market
  • New Life in an Old Method: A Concise Railroad Law Primer
  • No One at the Helm: Trustee Appointed to Manage Death Row Records
  • A Warning to Foreign Companies Entering “Sensitive” U.S. Markets

Spring 2006 – Vol. 2 (.pdf file pending)

Fall 2005 – Vol. 1 (.pdf file pending)