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Guest editorial: Chaos, complexity and conflict
Bryan Hanson & L. Deborah Sword, Guest Editorial: Chaos, Complexity and Conflict, Emergence: Complexity & Org., v. 10, no. 4, 2008, at vi.
Law School welcomes a new dean: Patrick J. Borchers takes the helm
Richard E. Shugrue, Law School Welcomes a New Dean: Patrick J. Borchers Takes the Helm, Creighton Law. Mag., Spring 2000, at 6.
Roscoe Pound : Arguably Nebraska's single greatest contribution to American legal history
Richard E. Shugrue & Alan G. Gless, Roscoe Pound : Arguably Nebraska's Single Greatest Contribution to American Legal History, in The History of Nebraska Law 289 (Alan G. Gless ed., 2008).
Medicaid, elective shares, and the ghosts of tenures past
Julia Belian, Medicaid, Elective Shares, and the Ghosts of Tenures Past, 38 Creighton L. Rev. 1111 (2005).
Legislators and administrators understandably struggle to ensure that Medicaid benefits are paid only to those who meet the criteria for financial need. Thus, Medicaid benefits will be denied to those who have "available" ...
Brave new world of lawyers in Japan: Proceedings of a panel discussion on the growth of corporate law firms and the role of lawyers in Japan
Bruce E. Aronson, The Brave New World of Lawyers in Japan: Proceedings of a Panel Discussion on the Growth of Corporate Law Firms and the Role of Lawyers in Japan, 21 Colum. J. Asian L. 45 (2007).
Our image of Japan is one of an insular society which emphasizes informal consensus and where lawyers and the law do not play an important role. But deregulation and administrative reform initiated during Japan's economic ...
Legal look at end-of-life issues
Julia Belian, A Legal Look at End-of-Life Issues, Creighton U. Mag., Fall 2005, at 26.
What can we learn from U.S. corporate governance?
Bruce E. Aronson, What Can We Learn from U.S. Corporate Governance? A Critical Analysis, 2 U. Tokyo J.L. & Pol. 41 (2005).
This essay re-examines our views of corporate governance in light of the recent influence of U.S. corporate governance institutions on reform efforts in other countries. It suggests that the current emphasis on the roles ...
Quest for justice
Richard E. Shugrue, The Quest for Justice, 84 Judicature 158 (2000) (reviewing Sam Schrager, The Trial Lawyer's Art (1999)).
Elite law firm mergers and reputations competition: Is bigger really better? An international comparison
Bruce E. Aronson, Elite Law Firm Mergers and Reputations Competition: Is Bigger Really Better? An International Comparison, 40 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 763 (2007).
Although rapid law firm growth has been with us since the 1980s, the acceleration of this trend over the last decade by means of mergers is puzzling. Why would normally conservative law firms embark on a merger strategy ...
Tax services after Sarbanes-Oxley: How to cope in an uncertain present
Thomas J. Purcell III & David Lifson, Tax Services After Sarbanes-Oxley: How to Cope in an Uncertain Present, J. Acct., Nov. 2003, at 32
This article discusses the impact on tax practice of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules to implement Sarbanes-Oxley. It covers the guidelines for nonaudit services, including some questions that remain ...