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Volume 74, Number 2 Category

Deterring Algorithmic Manipulation

Mar. 24, 2021—Gina-Gail S. Fletcher | 74 Vand. L. Rev. 259 (2021) | Does the existing anti-manipulation framework effectively deter algorithmic manipulation? With the dual increase of algorithmic trading and the occurrence of “mini-flash crashes” in the market linked to manipulation, this question has become more pressing in recent years. In the past thirty years, the financial...

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Data Autonomy

Mar. 24, 2021—Cesare Fracassi & William Magnuson | 74 Vand. L. Rev. 327 (2021) | In recent years, “data privacy” has vaulted to the forefront of public attention. Scholars, policymakers, and the media have, nearly in unison, decried the lack of data privacy in the modern world. In response, they have put forth various proposals to remedy...

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Presidential Control of Elections

Mar. 24, 2021—Lisa Marshall Manheim | 74 Vand. L. Rev. 385 (2021) | In recent decades, presidents of both political parties have asserted increasingly aggressive forms of influence over the administrative state. During this same period, Congress has expanded the role that the federal government plays in election administration. The convergence of these two trends leads to...

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Chevron Is a Phoenix

Mar. 24, 2021—Lisa Schultz Bressman & Kevin M. Stack | 74 Vand. L. Rev. 465 (2021) | Judicial deference to agency interpretations of their own statutes is a foundational principle of the administrative state. It recognizes that Congress has the need and desire to delegate the details of regulatory policy to agencies rather than specify those details...

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Measuring Semantic Relatedness: A Proposal for a New Textual Tool

Mar. 24, 2021—Katherine A. Cohen | 74 Vand. L. Rev. 483 (2021) | Judicial decisions, statutes, constitutions, sentencing guidelines, and ERISA-related documents have at least one thing in common: at a molecular level, the laws are all composed of words. The scientific study of linguistics, particularly the field of semantics, analyzes what words mean and how they...

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The Library of Babel for Prior Art: Using Artificial Intelligence to Mass Produce Prior Art in Patent Law

Mar. 24, 2021—Lucas R. Yordy | 74 Vand. L. Rev. 521 (2021) | Artificial intelligence is playing an increasingly important role in the invention and innovation processes of our society. To date, though, much of the academic discussion on the interaction of artificial intelligence and the patent system focuses on the patentability of inventions produced by artificial...

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