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Franchise Tax Board Of California V. Hyatt: A Split Court, Full Faith And Credit, And Federal Common Law, Jonathan M. Gutoff Jan 2017

Franchise Tax Board Of California V. Hyatt: A Split Court, Full Faith And Credit, And Federal Common Law, Jonathan M. Gutoff

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Directv, Inc. V. Imburgia And The Continued Ascendance Of Federal Common Law: Class-Action Waivers And Mandatory Arbitration Under The Federal Arbitration Act, Michael Yelnosky Jan 2017

Directv, Inc. V. Imburgia And The Continued Ascendance Of Federal Common Law: Class-Action Waivers And Mandatory Arbitration Under The Federal Arbitration Act, Michael Yelnosky

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Juries, Judges, And The Politics Of Tort Reform, David Logan Apr 2015

Juries, Judges, And The Politics Of Tort Reform, David Logan

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A Fundamental Flaw With Uncitral's Approach To Cross-Border Secured Transactions: The Failure To Address Creditor Due Diligence Issues, John J. Chung Jan 2012

A Fundamental Flaw With Uncitral's Approach To Cross-Border Secured Transactions: The Failure To Address Creditor Due Diligence Issues, John J. Chung

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Is Canada The New Shangri-La Of Global Securities Class Actions?, Tanya Monestier Jan 2012

Is Canada The New Shangri-La Of Global Securities Class Actions?, Tanya Monestier

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There has been significant academic buzz about Silver v. Imax, an Ontario case certifying a global class of shareholders alleging statutory and common law misrepresentation in connection with a secondary market distribution of shares. Although global class actions on a more limited scale have been certified in Canada prior to Imax, it can now be said that global classes have "officially" arrived in Canada. Many predict that the Imax decision means that Ontario will become the new center for the resolution of global securities disputes. This is particularly so after the United States largely relinquished this role in Morrison v ...


When The Restatement Is Not A Restatement: The Curious Case Of The "Flagrant Trespasser", David Logan Apr 2011

When The Restatement Is Not A Restatement: The Curious Case Of The "Flagrant Trespasser", David Logan

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Equitable Balancing In The Age Of Statutes, Jared Goldstein Jan 2010

Equitable Balancing In The Age Of Statutes, Jared Goldstein

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Personal Jurisdiction Over Non-Resident Class Members: Have We Gone Down The Wrong Road?, Tanya Monestier Jan 2010

Personal Jurisdiction Over Non-Resident Class Members: Have We Gone Down The Wrong Road?, Tanya Monestier

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What Is Specific About Specific Restitution, Colleen P. Murphy Mar 2009

What Is Specific About Specific Restitution, Colleen P. Murphy

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The Use Of Prior Convictions After Apprendi, Colleen P. Murphy Apr 2004

The Use Of Prior Convictions After Apprendi, Colleen P. Murphy

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Judgement As A Matter Of Law On Punitive Damages, Colleen P. Murphy Dec 2000

Judgement As A Matter Of Law On Punitive Damages, Colleen P. Murphy

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