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Attorney-client relationship: Creating it, managing it, and avoiding problems
Stephen C. Sieberson, The Attorney-Client Relationship: Creating It, Managing It, and Avoiding Problems (Mar. 30, 2017).
Cyber security for lawyers – What can we do?
Stephen C. Sieberson & Rich Hoffman, Cyber Security for Lawyers – What Can We Do?, Eleventh Annual Seminar on Ethics and Professionalism (Omaha Bar Ass’n 2017).
A cyber duty of due diligence: Gentle civilizer or crude destabilizer?
Eric Talbot Jensen & Sean Watts, A Cyber Duty of Due Diligence: Gentle Civilizer or Crude Destabilizer?, 95 Texas L. Rev. 1555 (2017).
Horseshoes and hand grenades: Protecting compliance officers from the at-will employment doctrine
Paul E. McGreal, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades: Protecting Compliance Officers from the At-Will Employment Doctrine, 48 U. Tol. L. Rev. 485 (2017).
From the sublime to the ridiculous and everything in-between: Fifty things you may or may not know about Miranda v. Arizona
Raneta Lawson Mack, From the Sublime to the Ridiculous and Everything In-Between: Fifty Things You May or May Not Know about Miranda v. Arizona, 7 L.J. For Soc. Just. 33 (2017).
Legal ethics: Conflicts of interest, confidentiality and more
Craig W. Dallon, Legal Ethics: Conflicts of Interest, Confidentiality and More, in A Primer on Advising Directors and Officers on Corporate Governance 105 (Nat’l Bus. Inst. ed., 2017).
Bridging the justice gap with a (purposeful) restructuring of small claims court
Victoria J. Haneman, Bridging the Justice Gap with a (Purposeful) Restructuring of Small Claims Court, 39 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 457 (2017).
Legal services are so expensive that low- and middle-income individuals with access to technology and some education will frequently try to navigate the court system on their own. Accepting (as some of us have) that neither ...
Marriage, millennials, and massive student loan debt
Victoria J. Haneman, Marriage, Millennials, and Massive Student Loan Debt, 2 Concordia L. Rev. 103 (2017).
Dating apps, contraception, abortion, medical advances that allow the delay of childbearing, changes in female pay, and crippling student loan debt are all factors that may weigh upon the Millennial trend of cohabitation ...
Extending Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 4(k)(2): A way to (partially) clean up the personal jurisdiction mess
Patrick J. Borchers, Extending Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 4(k)(2): A Way to (Partially) Clean Up the Personal Jurisdiction Mess, 67 Am. U. L. Rev. 431 (2017).
The Supreme Court’s personal jurisdiction jurisprudence has become increasingly constricted and remains unclear on many crucial questions. However, it appears that the Court will not rethink its basic approach to determining ...
Minimizing the risk of fraudulent transfer avoidance: A good-faith solvency opinion as the shield to protect a leveraged transaction
Irina Fox, Minimizing the Risk of Fraudulent Transfer Avoidance: A Good-Faith Solvency Opinion as the Shield to Protect a Leveraged Transaction, 91 Am. Bankr. L.J. 739 (2017).
Avoidance of leveraged transactions as fraudulent transfers has proliferated in the aftermath of the recent financial crisis and during the resultant economic recession. When planning leveraged deals, such as buyouts, ...