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Volume 66

Screening Legal Claims Based on Third-Party Litigation Finance Agreements and Other Signals of Quality

Nov. 24, 2013—Screening Legal Claims Based on Third-Party Litigation Finance Agreements and Other Signals of Quality

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Setting Attorney’s Fees in Securities Class Actions: An Empirical Assessment

Nov. 24, 2013—Setting Attorneys’ Fees in Securities Class Actions: An Empirical Assessment

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Understanding Causation in Private Securities Lawsuits: Building on Amgen

Nov. 24, 2013—Understanding Causation in Private Securities Lawsuits: Building on Amgen

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The Fraud-on-the-Market Tort

Nov. 24, 2013—The Fraud-on-the-Market Tort

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Fee Shifting and the Free Market

Nov. 24, 2013—Fee Shifting and the Free Market

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Duty in the Litigation-Investment Agreement: The Choice Between Tort and Contract Norms when the Deal Breaks Down

Nov. 24, 2013—Duty in the Litigation-Investment Agreement: The Choice Between Tort and Contract Norms when the Deal Breaks Down

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How Much Is That Lawsuit in the Window? Pricing Legal Claims

Nov. 24, 2013—How Much Is That Lawsuit in the Window? Pricing Legal Claims

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What Should We Do About Multijurisdictional Litigation in M&A Deals?

Nov. 24, 2013—What Should We Do About Multijurisdictional Litigation in M&A Deals?

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The Ownership-Usage Dichotomy and the Human Element in Newman’s Freeconomy

Nov. 4, 2013—The Ownership–Usage Dichotomy and the Human Element in Newman’s Freeconomy AUTHOR Law Clerk, The Honorable Henry F. Floyd, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 2013–present; Law Clerk, The Honorable Michael J. Melloy, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, 2012–2013. The views expressed herein are the author’s own and are not purported...

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Be a Liar or You’re Fired! First Amendment Protection for Public Employees Who Object to Their Employer’s Criminal Demands

Oct. 29, 2013—Be a Liar or You’re Fired! First Amendment Protection for Public Employees Who Object to Their Employer’s Criminal Demands

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The Fourth Amendment’s National Security Exception: Its History and Limits

Oct. 29, 2013—The Fourth Amendment’s National Security Exception: Its History and Limits

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Your Right to Look Like an Ugly Criminal: Resolving the Circuit Split Over Mug Shots and the Freedom of Information Act

Oct. 29, 2013—Your Right to Look Like an Ugly Criminal: Resolving the Circuit Split Over Mug Shots and the Freedom of Information Act

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Copyright Freeconomics

Oct. 29, 2013—Copyright Freeconomics

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Seeing Through the Murky Vial: Does the FDA Have the Authority to Stop Compounding Pharmacies from Pirate Manufacturing?

Oct. 29, 2013—Seeing Through the Murky Vial: Does the FDA Have the Authority to Stop Compounding Pharmacies from Pirate Manufacturing?

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The Chilling Effect and the Problem of Private Action

Oct. 29, 2013—The Chilling Effect and the Problem of Private Action

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The Market for Preclusion in Merger Litigation

May. 23, 2013—The recent finding that corporate litigation involving Delaware companies very often takes place outside of Delaware disturbed the long-settled understanding of how merger litigation works. With many, even most, cases being filed and ultimately resolved outside of Delaware, commentators warn that the trend is a threat to shareholders, to Delaware, and to the integrity of...

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