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Securities: Dealing with tender offers in M&A transactions
Irina V. Fox, Securities: Dealing with Tender Offers in M&A Transactions, in 2018 Business Law Seminar (Neb. State Bar Ass'n ed., 2018).
Self-defense & stand your ground laws: An undisputed right and its controversial progeny
Raneta Lawson Mack, Self-Defense & Stand Your Ground Laws: An Undisputed Right & Its Controversial Progeny, Creighton Law., Fall 2014, at 16.
Twilight of the minimum contacts test
Patrick J. Borchers, The Twilight of the Minimum Contacts Test, 11 Seton Hall Cir. Rev. 1 (2014).
The minimum contacts test has set the limits on the long-arm jurisdictional reach of U.S. courts since 1945. Although the International Shoe case that ushered in the test is routinely hailed as having created a fairer and ...
Internet governance overview: How Snowden didn't really change anything after all
David Satola & Michael J. Kelly, Internet Governance Overview: How Snowden Didn't Really Change Anything After All, Bus. L. Today, Nov. 2014, http://www.americanbar.org/publications/blt/2014/11/01_satola.html.
International law of disaster relief
The International Law of Disaster Relief (David D. Caron, Michael J. Kelly & Anastasia Telesetsky eds., 2014).
Pre-history of piracy as a crime and its definitional odyssey
Michael J. Kelly, The Pre-History of Piracy as a Crime & Its Definitional Odyssey, 46 Case W. Res. J. Int'l L. 25 (2013).
This essay traces the origins of the legal definition of piracy as an international crime from its origins to the present day disputes among federal courts within the United States over how to define piracy. Customary law ...
Dog sniffs, technology, and the mythical constitutional right to criminal privacy
Kenneth J. Melilli, Dog Sniffs, Technology, and the Mythical Constitutional Right to Criminal Privacy, 41 Hastings Const. L.Q. 357 (2014), reprinted in 41 Search & Seizure L. Rep. 61 (2014).
One step forward and two back: Missed opportunities in refining the United States minimum contacts test and the European Union Brussels I Regulation
Patrick J. Borchers, One Step Forward and Two Back: Missed Opportunities in Refining the United States Minimum Contacts Test and the European Union Brussels I Regulation, 31 Ariz. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1 (2014).
In 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court decided two cases regarding the scope of the "minimum contacts" test for permissible exercises of personal jurisdiction. In one case, relying on ill-defined notions of sovereignty, a plurality ...
Internet libel: The consequences of a non-rule approach to personal jurisdiction
Patrick J. Borchers, Internet Libel: The Consequences of a Non-Rule Approach to Personal Jurisdiction, 98 NW. U. L. Rev. 473 (2004).
If a person in one state posts on the Internet a libelous statement about a person living in another state the question often arises as to whether the person with the injured reputation can sue in his home state or must ...
Louisiana's conflicts codification: Some empirical observations regarding decisional predictability
Patrick J. Borchers, Louisiana's Conflicts Codification: Some Empirical Observations Regarding Decisional Predictability, 60 La. L. Rev. 1061 (2000).
In 1992, Louisiana became the first (and still the only) state to codify its choice-of-law doctrine. The conflicts rules that it created in statutory form are far removed from the pre-conflicts-revolution rules such as the ...