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A commitment to civil rights
Kent J. Neumeister, A Commitment to Civil Rights, Creighton Law., Fall 2018, at 18.
Succession versus transition
Michael J. Kelly, Erika Moreno, and Richard C. Witmer, II, Succession Versus Transition, in The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship: New Pathways and Policy Choices 33 (Michael J. Kelly, Erika Moreno & Richard C. Witmer, II eds. 2019).
U.S. property claims in Cuba
Michael J. Kelly, Erika Moreno, and Richard C. Witmer, II, U.S. Property Claims in Cuba, in The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship: New Pathways and Policy Choices 225 (Michael J. Kelly, Erika Moreno & Richard C. Witmer, II eds. 2019).
Law-of-war precautions: A cautionary note
Sean Watts, Law-of-War Precautions: A Cautionary Note, in The Impact of Emerging Technologies on the Law of Armed Conflict (Eric Talbot Jensen & Ronald T. P. Alcala eds., 2019).
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).
Defining misprescribing to inform prescription opioid policy
Kelly K. Dineen, Defining Misprescribing to Inform Prescription Opioid Policy, Hastings Ctr. Rep., Jul./Aug. 2018, at 5.
Prescription opioid policies too often reflect over a century's worth of moralizing about the nature of opioid use disorder, the value of pain, and the meaning of suffering. The social and legal penalties to prescribers ...
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, ...
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).
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).