Category: Law Rev (Illinois)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:2 (March 2009)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:2 (March 2009)

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Articles

Contracts as Plans

Curtis Bridgeman

Testing the Substitution Hypothesis: Would Credit Card Regulations Force Low-Income Borrowers into Less Desirable Lending Alternatives

Angela Littwin

A Concise Guide to the Records of the State Ratifying Conventions as a Source of the Original Meaning of the US Constitution

Gregory E. Maggs

Should the Government Prosecute Monopolies?

Maurice E. Stucke

Notes

The Ethics of Heat: Fundamentals and Challenges in Allocating the Global Commons

Anthony Russomanno

Thirsting for Change: How the Growth of the Biofuels Industry Can Stimulate Advancements in Water Law

Jacqueline M. Wilkosz

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:1 (January 2009)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2009:1 (January 2009)

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Articles

The Mystery of Delaware Law’s Continuing Success

William J. Carney and George B. Shepherd

Manufacturing Mystery: A Response To Professors Carney and Shepherd’s “The Mystery of Delaware Law’s Continuing Success”

William B. Chandler III and Anthony A. Rickey

The Uncorporation and Corporate Indeterminacy

Larry E. Ribstein

Delaware’s Disclosure: Moving the Line of Federal-State Corporate Regulation

Robert B. Thompson

Bankruptcy Bondage

Margaret Howard

Unconscious Bias and the Limits of Director Independence

Anthony Page

Notes

Standing Out: A Commonsense Approach to Standing for False Advertising Suits under Lanham Act Section 43(A)

Gerald P. Meyer

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:5 (October 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:5 (October 2008)

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Articles

Unexplainable on Grounds of Race: Doubts about Yick Wo

Gabriel J. Chin

Revisiting Yick Wo v. Hopkins

David E. Bernstein

On Precedent and Progeny: A Response to Professor Gabriel J. Chin’s “Doubts about Yick Wo

Lenese C. Herbert

Yick Wo Re-Revisted: Nonblack Nonwhites and Fourteenth Amendment History

Thomas W. Joo

Unexplainable on Grounds of Race – a Reply to Comments

Gabriel J. Chin

Warming Up to User-Generated Content

Edward Lee

Innocentrism

Daniel S. Medwed

The Economic Bias in Tort Law

Ronen Perry

Living Together: The Roots of Respect

Martha Nussbaum

Notes

Surviving Rodriguez: The Viability of Federal Equal Protection Claims by Underfunded Charter Schools

Greg Rubio

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:4 (August 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:4 (August 2008)

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Articles

Decoding and Recoding Natural Monopoly, Deregulation, and Intellectual Property

Shubha Ghosh

Rebooting Originalism

Stephen M. Griffin

Bootleggers, Baptists & Televangelists: Regulating Tobacco by Litigation

Bruce Yandle, Joseph A. Rotondi, Andrew P. Morriss and Andrew Dorchak

Notes

Walking and Talking Like a Kerp: Implications of BAPCPA Section 503(C) for Effective Leadership at Troubled Companies

Emily Watson Harring

The Future of the Corroboration Requirement in Patent Law: Why a Clear, Strict Standard Benefits All

Mike R. Turner

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:3 (May 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:3 (May 2008)

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Articles

Prediction Markets and the First Amendment

Miriam A. Cherry and Robert L. Rogers

Classified Information Leaks and Free Speech

Heidi Kitrosser

Victorian Tort Liability for Workplace Injuries

Michael Ashley Stein

The Accidental Promise: Remaking the Law of Misrepresented Intent

Aditi Bagchi

Notes

Protecting Privacy in a Shared Castle: The Implications of Georgia v. Randolph for the Third-Party Consent Doctrine

Monique N. Bhargava

The Firearm Owners’ Protection Act and the Restoration of Felons’ Rights to Possess Firearms: Congressional Intent Versus Notice

Daniel Brenner

Supreme Court Upholds a Mandate of Death when the Jury is in Equipoise: Challenged Under the Apprendi Interpretation of the Sixth Amendment

Benjamin T. Kurtz

Breaking Asbestos Litigation’s Chokehold on the American Judiciary

Christopher J. O’Malley

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:2 (March 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:2 (March 2008)

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Articles

Unintelligent Design in Contract

Peter A. Alces

Law and Proximity

Adam J. Hirsch and Gregory Mitchell

Reclaiming Egalitariansim in the Political Theory of Campaign Finance Reform

Frank Pasquale

Corporations and the Market for Law

Larry E. Ribstein and Erin Ann O’Hara

Notes

Whacking the Political Money “Mole” Without Whacking Speech: Accounting for Congressional Self-Dealing in Campaign Finance Reform After Wisconsin Right to Life

Robert P. Beard

Watered Down: Are Insurance Companies Getting Hosed in the Wind vs. Water Controversy?

Brendan R. Vaughan

Compositions are Being Sold for a Song: Proposed Legislation and New Licensing Opportunities Demonstrate the Unfairness of Compulsory Licensing to Owners of Musical Compositions

Jeffrey A. Wakolbinger

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:1 (January 2008)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2008:1 (January 2008)

Symposium: Public International Law and Economics

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Introduction

Articles

Enriching Rational Choice Institutionalism for the Study of International Law

Kenneth W. Abbott

With comments by Anne van Aaken and Stefan Oeter

Nonconsensual International Lawmaking

Laurence R. Helfer

Measuring the Shadow of the Future: An Introduction to the Game Theory of Customary International Law

George Norman and Joel Trachtman

Treaties: Strategic Considerations

Todd Sandler

With comments by Simon J. Evenett and Katharina Holzinger

Commitment and Diffusion: How and Why National Constitutions Incorporate International Law

Tom Ginsburg, Svitlana Chernykh, and Zachary Elkins

With comments by Anne Peters and Andreas Zimmermann

Competing for Capital: The Diffusion of Bilateral Investment Treaties, 1960–2000

Zachary Elkins, Andrew T. Guzman, and Beth Simmons

With a comment by Christoph Engel

The Case Against Reforming the WTO Enforcement Mechanism

Jide Nzelibe

With comments by Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann and Christian Tietje

The Inefficiency of Universal Jurisdiction

Eugene Kontorovich

Summary Pieces by Christian Kirchner and Georg Nolte

Notes

Making Disclosure Regulation Work in the Nonprofit Sector

Robert A. Britton

Winning at All Costs: Using Law & Economics to Determine the Proper Role of Government in Regulating the Use of Performance-Enhancing Drugs in Professional Sports

Joshua H. Whitman

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2007:5 (October 2007)

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Illinois Law Review, Issue 2007:5 (October 2007)

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Articles

Federalism, Federal Regulation, or Free Market? An Examination of Mandated Health Benefit Reform

Amy B. Monahan

Divining and Designing the Future of the Search Incident to Arrest Doctrine: Avoiding Instability, Irrationality, and Infidelity

James J. Tomkovicz

Book Review Essay

Dworkin v. The Philosophers: A Review Essay on Justice in Robes

Michael Steven Green

Notes

Catholic Bishop Revisited: Resolving the Problem of Labor Board Jurisdiction Over Religious Schools

Christopher M. Gaul

Diversity Jurisdiction and Unincorporated Businesses: Collapsing the Doctrinal Wall

Christine M. Kailus

The Family and Medical Leave Act: To Waive, or Not to Waive

Carol Wong

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