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University Of Baltimore Law Review, Volume 53, Issue 1, Spring 2024 Apr 2024

University Of Baltimore Law Review, Volume 53, Issue 1, Spring 2024

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Mr. Antitrust: A Celebration Of Professor Robert Lande’S Career, John D. Bessler Apr 2024

Mr. Antitrust: A Celebration Of Professor Robert Lande’S Career, John D. Bessler

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The Many Benefits Of Thinking In Terms Of “Consumer Choice”, Neil W. Averitt Apr 2024

The Many Benefits Of Thinking In Terms Of “Consumer Choice”, Neil W. Averitt

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Robert Lande And The Real, New Antitrust Paradox, Joshua P. Davis, Jessica Seigel, Charles Hill Apr 2024

Robert Lande And The Real, New Antitrust Paradox, Joshua P. Davis, Jessica Seigel, Charles Hill

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Applying The Ftc Act To Anti-Consumer Contract Terms That Are Not Key Salient Terms To Most Consumers, Stephen F. Ross Apr 2024

Applying The Ftc Act To Anti-Consumer Contract Terms That Are Not Key Salient Terms To Most Consumers, Stephen F. Ross

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The Bridge From Chicago To Biden: The American Antitrust Institute In Perspective, Albert A. Foer Apr 2024

The Bridge From Chicago To Biden: The American Antitrust Institute In Perspective, Albert A. Foer

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Choosing Between Two Meanings Of Competition In Antitrust Law, Randy M. Stutz Apr 2024

Choosing Between Two Meanings Of Competition In Antitrust Law, Randy M. Stutz

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Price Discrimination And Power Buyers: Why Giant Retailers Dominate The Economy And How To Stop It, Katherine Van Dyck Apr 2024

Price Discrimination And Power Buyers: Why Giant Retailers Dominate The Economy And How To Stop It, Katherine Van Dyck

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Inherently Stable Cartels: Economics And Policy, John Kwoka Apr 2024

Inherently Stable Cartels: Economics And Policy, John Kwoka

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Oceanic Disparities In The Treatment Of Serial Collusion, John M. Connor Apr 2024

Oceanic Disparities In The Treatment Of Serial Collusion, John M. Connor

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Function Versus Consequence In Restraint Of Trade Analysis, Peter C. Carstensen Apr 2024

Function Versus Consequence In Restraint Of Trade Analysis, Peter C. Carstensen

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Antitrust And Output, John B. Kirkwood Apr 2024

Antitrust And Output, John B. Kirkwood

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The Appropriate Decision Standard For Section 7 Cases, Steven C. Salop Apr 2024

The Appropriate Decision Standard For Section 7 Cases, Steven C. Salop

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Antitrust Ideas That Progressives Should Resurrect: Conglomerate Merger Legislation, No-Fault Monopolization, And Merger Incipiency, Robert H. Lande Apr 2024

Antitrust Ideas That Progressives Should Resurrect: Conglomerate Merger Legislation, No-Fault Monopolization, And Merger Incipiency, Robert H. Lande

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Acorporation, Inc.: Corporate Form As Art Project And Advocacy, Chad Erpelding, Ruth Jebe, Jeff Lingwall May 2023

Acorporation, Inc.: Corporate Form As Art Project And Advocacy, Chad Erpelding, Ruth Jebe, Jeff Lingwall

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To Hear Or Not To Hear?—Resolving A Federal Court’S Obligation To Hear A Case Involving Both Legal And Declaratory Judgment Claims, Katherine A. Gustafson May 2023

To Hear Or Not To Hear?—Resolving A Federal Court’S Obligation To Hear A Case Involving Both Legal And Declaratory Judgment Claims, Katherine A. Gustafson

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Reasonable For Whom? A Consideration Of The Appropriate Reasonableness Standard Where Battered Woman Syndrome Evidence Is Relevant To A Duress Defense, Samantha Stephey May 2023

Reasonable For Whom? A Consideration Of The Appropriate Reasonableness Standard Where Battered Woman Syndrome Evidence Is Relevant To A Duress Defense, Samantha Stephey

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When Justice Depends On It: The Need For Professional Standards For Mitigation Development In All Criminal Cases, Elizabeth S. Vartkessian, Thea Posel, Anthony Ginez, Lela Hubbard May 2023

When Justice Depends On It: The Need For Professional Standards For Mitigation Development In All Criminal Cases, Elizabeth S. Vartkessian, Thea Posel, Anthony Ginez, Lela Hubbard

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Caring For Those Who Care For Us: A Call For Greater Legislative Protections For Foreign-Educated Nurses, Rebecca Odelius May 2023

Caring For Those Who Care For Us: A Call For Greater Legislative Protections For Foreign-Educated Nurses, Rebecca Odelius

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The Effect Of Defendant Gender On Jurors’ Decision-Making, Yu Du Oct 2022

The Effect Of Defendant Gender On Jurors’ Decision-Making, Yu Du

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University Of Baltimore Law Review, Volume 52, Issue 1, Fall 2022 Oct 2022

University Of Baltimore Law Review, Volume 52, Issue 1, Fall 2022

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A Review Of Maryland’S Juvenile Justice System: Are The Adjudicative Competency Standards And Procedures Incompetent?, Kaitlin O'Dowd Oct 2022

A Review Of Maryland’S Juvenile Justice System: Are The Adjudicative Competency Standards And Procedures Incompetent?, Kaitlin O'Dowd

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The Bail Reform Act Of 1984: A Cause Of And Solution To The Federal Pretrial Detention Crisis, Daryl J. Olszewski Oct 2022

The Bail Reform Act Of 1984: A Cause Of And Solution To The Federal Pretrial Detention Crisis, Daryl J. Olszewski

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Collateral Consequences Of An Incarcerated Beneficiary: Preserving Testamentary Intent And Protecting A Testator’S Estate From Falling Victim To A Beneficiary’S Unreasonable Criminal Justice Debt, Torra Hausmann Oct 2022

Collateral Consequences Of An Incarcerated Beneficiary: Preserving Testamentary Intent And Protecting A Testator’S Estate From Falling Victim To A Beneficiary’S Unreasonable Criminal Justice Debt, Torra Hausmann

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Finality, Fairness, And The Problem Of Innocence In Maryland, Michele Nethercott Oct 2022

Finality, Fairness, And The Problem Of Innocence In Maryland, Michele Nethercott

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University Of Baltimore Law Review, Volume 51, Issue 3, Summer 2022 May 2022

University Of Baltimore Law Review, Volume 51, Issue 3, Summer 2022

University of Baltimore Law Review

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Preparing Syllabi: The Art Of Self Defense, Daniel P. Fernandez, Alex Figares, H. Wayne Cecil May 2022

Preparing Syllabi: The Art Of Self Defense, Daniel P. Fernandez, Alex Figares, H. Wayne Cecil

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Recalibrate Revocations Of Supervised Release, Pete Heidepriem May 2022

Recalibrate Revocations Of Supervised Release, Pete Heidepriem

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Black & Blue: Black Letter Law & Police Union Collective Bargaining Impede Reform, Patrick Brooks May 2022

Black & Blue: Black Letter Law & Police Union Collective Bargaining Impede Reform, Patrick Brooks

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Irrationalities In Legal Parentage: Gender Identity And Beyond, Jeffrey A. Parness May 2022

Irrationalities In Legal Parentage: Gender Identity And Beyond, Jeffrey A. Parness

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