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Prefatory Matter And Table Of Contents Apr 2019

Prefatory Matter And Table Of Contents

University of Miami Business Law Review

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A Means Test At Odds With Itself: The Secured Debt Expense In Chapter 7 Consumer Bankruptcy Cases After The Supreme Court’S Decision In Lanning And Ransom, Roma Perez Apr 2019

A Means Test At Odds With Itself: The Secured Debt Expense In Chapter 7 Consumer Bankruptcy Cases After The Supreme Court’S Decision In Lanning And Ransom, Roma Perez

University of Miami Business Law Review

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Let’S Shake On It: Perceived Pre-Contractual Risk In Cross-Border Investment, Kevin J. Fandl Jd, Phd Apr 2019

Let’S Shake On It: Perceived Pre-Contractual Risk In Cross-Border Investment, Kevin J. Fandl Jd, Phd

University of Miami Business Law Review

This article asks whether a legal system that provides protection for commitments made prior to contract formation is more or less conducive to risk-taking by foreign investors than a legal system that does not. I surmise that increased levels of protection for precontractual commitments establish an environment more hospitable to new business development, giving potential entrepreneurs added security in their ventures. And I further surmise that different legal traditions provide different levels of protection for these pre-contractual commitments.

To better understand the risks faced by cross-border business investors, this article describes the key distinctions between legal systems that create potential ...


Regulating Sugar-Sweetened Beverages, Tyler Rauh Apr 2019

Regulating Sugar-Sweetened Beverages, Tyler Rauh

University of Miami Business Law Review

American waistlines are an international punchline, and United States taxpayers spend hundreds of billions of dollars each year to combat medical complications resulting from obesity. The personal costs are financial, emotional, and mortal. Projections insist that it will become worse. Section I details the obesity epidemic and ponders why the United States is uniquely unhealthy.

The reason could be that America consumes more sugar than any other country. In recent years, some municipal policymakers have attempted to restrain America’s sweet tooth by taxing sugar-sweetened beverages. Initial responses are polarizing. Chicago’s tax did not last three months before its ...


Alexa, Amazon Assistant Or Government Informant?, Julia R. Shackleton Esq. Apr 2019

Alexa, Amazon Assistant Or Government Informant?, Julia R. Shackleton Esq.

University of Miami Business Law Review

Alexa, are you listening to me? Technology has become an integral part of one’s everyday life with voice-controlled devices pervading our most intimate interactions and spaces within the home. The answers to our questions are now at our fingertips with the simple roll of the tongue “Alexa,” your very own personal intelligence assistant. This futuristic household tool can perform tasks that range from answering simple voice commands to ordering any online shopping. However, the advent of voice technology presents a myriad of problems. Concerns arise as these new devices live in the privacy of our homes while quietly listening ...


Section 1332 State Innovation Waivers: Waiving Goodbye To Cooperative Federalism And Hello To Collaborative Federalism, Brittany Hynes Apr 2019

Section 1332 State Innovation Waivers: Waiving Goodbye To Cooperative Federalism And Hello To Collaborative Federalism, Brittany Hynes

University of Miami Business Law Review

No abstract provided.