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    Columbia Business Law Review

    Columbia Business Law Review

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    Columbia Business Law Review, 2000

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Chairman Arthur Levitt

    DYNAMIC MARKETS, TIMELESS PRINCIPLES

     No.1

     pp. 1-13

    James D. Cox

    BRANDS VS. GENERICS: SELFREGULATION BY COMPETITORS

     No.1

     pp. 15-21

    Jeffrey E. Garten

    SELF- REGULATION IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT

     No.1

     pp. 23-35

    Edmund W. Kitch

    HARD THINKING ABOUT INEVITABLE DEVELOPMENTS?

     No.1

     pp. 37-44

    Larry D. Soderquist

    THE ROLE OF THE SEC IN A CHANGING MARKET

     No.1

     pp. 45-50

    Amir N. Licht

    GENIE IN A BOTTLE? ASSESSING MANAGERIAL OPPORTUNISM IN INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES TRANSACTIONS

     No.1

     pp. 51-120

     

    CFTC REAUTHORIZATION IN THE WAKE OF LONG- TERM CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

     No.1

     pp. 121-151

    Meiring de Villiers

    A LEGAL AND POLICY ANALYSIS OF BIFURCATED LITIGATION

     No.2

     pp. 153-197

    Brett McDonnell

    ESOPS' FAILURES: FIDUCIARY DUTIES WHEN MANAGERS OF EMPLOYEE- OWNED COMPANIES VOTE TO ENTRENCH THEMSELVES

     No.2

     pp. 199-260

    Tamar Frankel

    ACCOUNTANTS' INDEPENDENCE THE RECENT DILEMMA

     No.2

     pp. 261-274

     

    MULTIDISCIPLINARY PRACTICES: LAWYERS AND ACCOUNTANTS UNDER ONE ROOF?

     No.2

     pp. 275-302

     

    ARE ESTATE TAXES SOUNDING THE DEATH- KNELL FOR HIGH- VALUE FAMILY- OWNED BUSINESSES? AN EXAMINATION OF THE JACK KENT COOKE ESTATE AND THE FORCED SALE OF THE WASHINGTON REDSKINS FOOTBALL FRANCHISE

     No.2

     pp. 303-330

    Cynthia L. Estlund

    THE CHANGING WORKPLACE AS A LOCUS OF INTEGRATION IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY

     No.3

     pp. 331-370

    Mark A. Rothstein

    GENETICS AND THE WORK FORCE OF THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS

     No.3

     pp. 371-402

    Matthew W. Finkin

    FROM ANONYMITY TO TRANSPARENCE: SCREENING THE WORKEFORCE IN THE INFORMATION AGE

     No.3

     pp. 403-451

    Homer C. La Rue

    THE CHANGING WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: ADR IS A DOMINANT TREND IN THE WORKPLACE

     No.3

     pp. 453-499

    Samuel Estreicher

    DEREGULATING UNION DEMOCRACY

     No.3

     pp. 501-527

    Justine Nolan, Michael Posner

    INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS TO PROMOTE LABOR RIGHTS: THE ROLE OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

     No.3

     pp. 529-543

    Columbia Business Law Review, 2001

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    Title

    number

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    Mark Lebovitch, Peter B. Morrison

    CALLING A DUCK A DUCK: DETERMINING THE VALIDITY OF DEAL PROTECTION PROVISIONS IN MERGER OF EQUALS TRANSACTIONS

     No.1

     pp. 1-65

    Mark Klock

    DEAD HANDS- POISON CATALYST OR STRENGTH- ENHANCING MEGAVITAMIN? AN ANALYSIS OF THE BENEFITS OF MANAGERIAL PROTECTION AND THE DETRIMENTS OF JUDICIAL INTERFERENCE

     No.1

     pp. 67-160

    Stephen J. Leacock

    THE ANATOMY OF VALUING STOCK IN CLOSELY HELD CORPORATIONS: PURSUING THE PHANTOM OF OBJECTIVITY INTO THE NEW MILLENNIUM

     No.1

     pp. 161-202

    W. E. "Ted" Afield

    THE NEW DRUG BUYER: THE CHANGING DEFINITION OF THE CONSUMER FOR ANTITRUST ENFORCEMENT IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

     No.1

     pp. 203-229

    Jason M. Hoberman

    PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DRAFTING AND UTILIZING DEADLOCK SOLUTIONS FOR NON-CORPORATE BUSINESS ENTITIES

     No.1

     pp. 231-255

    Herbert Hovenkamp

    POST- CHICAGO ANTITRUST: A REVIEW AND CRITIQUE

     No.2

     pp. 257-337

    Andrew J. Morris

    CLARIFYING THE IMPUTATION DOCTRINE: CHARGING AUDIT CLIENTS WITH RESPONSIBILITY FOR UNAUTHORIZED AUDIT INTERFERENCE

     No.2

     pp. 339-380

    Mitchell F. Crusto

    EXTENDING THE VEIL TO SOLO ENTREPRENEURS: A LIMITED LIABILITY SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP ACT (LLSP)

     No.2

     pp. 381-430

    Kimberly J. Burgess

    GAINING PERSPECTIVE: DIRECTORS' DUTIES IN THE CONTEXT OF "NO- SHOP" AND "NO- TALK" PROVISIONS IN MERGER AGREEMENTS

     No.2

     pp. 431-472

    Terence Woolf

    THE VENTURE CAPITALIST'S CORPORATE OPPORTUNITY PROBLEM

     No.2

     pp. 473-508

    William Louis Tabac

    BATTLE FOR THE BULGE: THE RECLAIMING SELLER VS. THE FLOATING LIEN CREDITOR

     No.3

     pp. 509-538

    Mitchell L. Engler

    CORPORATE TAX SHELTERS AND NARROWING THE BOOK/TAX "GAAP"

     No.3

     pp. 539-600

    Nancy C. Libin, James S. Wrona

    THE SECURITIES INDUSTRY AND THE INTERNET: A SUITABLE MATCH?

     No.3

     pp. 601-681

    Scott Mitnick

    CROSS- BORDER MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN EUROPE: REFORMING BARRIERS TO TAKEOVERS

     No.3

     pp. 683-735

    Columbia Business Law Review, 2002

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    Title

    number

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    Cindy A. Schipani, Junhai Liu

    CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN CHINA: THEN AND NOW

     No.1

     pp. 1-69

    Donald C. Langevoort

    THE BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS OF CORPORATE COMPLIANCE WITH LAW

     No.1

     pp. 71-118

    Ian B. Lee

    FAIRNESS AND INSIDER TRADING

     No.1

     pp. 119-192

    Jaime Koniak

    SHOULD THE STREET TAKE CARE? THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE- SPONSORED DAY CARE ON BUSINESS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM

     No.1

     pp. 193-222

    Joseph A. Franco

    WHY ANTIFRAUD PROHIBITIONS ARE NOT ENOUGH: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF OPPORTUNISM, CANDOR AND SIGNALING IN THE ECONOMIC CASE FOR MANDATORY SECURITIES DISCLOSURE

     No.2

     pp. 223-362

    David Rosenberg

    VENTURE CAPITAL LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS: A STUDY IN FREEDOM OF CONTRACT

     No.2

     pp. 363-398

    Laura Nyantung Beny

    U.S. SECONDARY STOCK MARKETS: A SURVEY OF CURRENT REGULATORY AND STRUCTURAL ISSUES AND A REFORM PROPOSAL TO ENHANCE COMPETITION

     No.2

     pp. 399-473

    Tanja Santucci

    EXTENDING FAIR DISCLOSURE TO FOREIGN ISSUERS: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND FINANCE IMPLICATIONS FOR GERMAN COMPANIES

     No.2

     pp. 499-539

    Timothy Hia

    QUE SERA, SERA? THE FUTURE OF SPECIALIZATION IN LARGE LAW FIRMS

     No.2

     pp. 541-572

    Victor Fleischer

    DEALS: BRINGING CORPORATE TRANSACTIONS INTO THE LAW SCHOOL CLASSROOM

     No.2

     pp. 475-497

    Judd F. Sneirson

    MERGER AGREEMENTS, TERMINATION FEES, AND THE CONTRACT- CORPORATE TENSION

     No.3

     pp. 573-629

    Jill I. Gross

    SECURITIES ANALYSTS' UNDISCLOSED CONFLICTS OF INTEREST: UNFAIR DEALING OR SECURITIES FRAUD?

     No.3

     pp. 631-676

    Norman Menachem Feder

    DECONSTRUCTING OVER- THE- COUNTER DERIVATIVES

     No.3

     pp. 677-748

    David M. Stuart

    THE SARBANES- OXLEY ACT: ADVANCING THE SEC'S ABILITY TO OBTAIN FOREIGN AUDIT DOCUMENTATION IN ACCOUNTING FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS

     No.3

     pp. 749-791

    Michael L. Fox, Yair Y. Galil, Jay C. Klear

    BREAKING ROCKY GROUND: ISSUES IN INVESTMENT AND ETHICS IN A SHAKEN ECONOMY

     No.3

     pp. 793-795

    Jay C. Klear

    APPLICABILITY OF PRIVATE EQUITY FUND STRUCTURE IN THE FURTHERANCE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECURITIZATIONS

     No.3

     pp. 796-822

    Yair Y. Galil

    NO CHILD'S PLAY: TREATMENT OF CONTRACTUALLY PROTECTED PRIVATE INFORMATION IN BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS

     No.3

     pp. 823-845

    Yair Y. Galil

    MAC CLAUSES IN A MATERIALLY ADVERSELY CHANGED ECONOMY

     No.3

     pp. 846-866

    Michael L. Fox

    TO TELL OR NOT TO TELL: LEGAL ETHICS AND DISCLOSURE AFTER ENRON

     No.3

     pp. 867-925

    Columbia Business Law Review, 2003

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    Julie K. Bracker

    ARBITRATION IN THE CORPORATE CONTEXT

     No.1

     pp. 1-33

    Anthony J. Luppino

    STOPPING THE ENRON END- RUNS AND OTHER TRICK PLAYS: THE BOOK- TAX ACCOUNTING CONFORMITY DEFENSE

      No.1

     pp. 35-190

    Kimble Charles Cannon

    AUGMENTING THE DUTIES OF DIRECTORS TO PROTECT MINORITY SHAREHOLDERS IN THE CONTEXT OF GOING- PRIVATE TRANSACTIONS: THE CASE FOR OBLIGATING DIRECTORS TO EXPRESS A VALUATION OPINION IN UNILATERAL TENDER OFFERS AFTER SILICONIX, AQUILA AND PURE RESOURCES

      No.1

     pp. 191-252

    Brian M. Resnick

    RECENT DELAWARE DECISIONS MAY PROVE TO BE "ENTIRELY UNFAIR" TO MINORITY SHAREHOLDERS IN PARENT MERGER WITH PARTIALLY OWNED SUBSIDIARY

      No.1

     pp. 253-283

    James L. Tuxbury

    A CASE FOR COMPETITIVE BIDDING FOR LEAD COUNSEL IN SECURITIES CLASS ACTIONS

      No.1

     pp. 285-339

     

    THE DECEMBER 2002 PROCEEDINGS OF THE MILTON HANDLER ANNUAL ANTITRUST REVIEW THE PUBLIC SQUARE FOR ANTITRUST DISCOURSE

     No.2

     pp. 341-343

    Frank H. Easterbrook

    WHEN IS IT WORTHWHILE TO USE COURTS TO SEARCH FOR EXCLUSIONARY CONDUCT?

     No.2

     pp. 345-358

    Timothy J. Muris

    LOOKING FORWARD: THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION AND THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF U.S. COMPETITION POLICY

     No.2

     pp. 359-410

    R. Hewitt Pate

    ANTITRUST ENFORCEMENT AT THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE: ISSUES IN MERGER INVESTIGATIONS AND LITIGATION

     No.2

     pp. 411-429

    Stephen M. Axinn

    IN SEARCH OF CONGRUENCE BETWEEN LEGISLATIVE PURPOSE AND ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY

     No.2

     pp. 431-449

     

    RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN FOUR AREAS OF ANTITRUST LAW: MERGER ENFORCEMENT; CRIMINAL ENFORCEMENT AND HEALTH CARE INITIATIVES; EXCLUSIONARY CONDUCT; AND THE NOERR- PENNINGTON DOCTRINE AND STATE ACTION IMMUNITY

     No.2

     pp. 451-451

    Barbara Anthony, Regional Director, Northeast Region, James J. Calder, Susan Gelles, Richard S. Julie, Abid Qureshi, Susan Raitt

    PART ONE: MERGER ENFORCEMENT DEVELOPMENTS IN 2002

     No.2

     pp. 452-494

    Mark Fiore, Elinor Hoffmann, Stephen D. Houck, Arman Y. Oruc, Fiona A. Schaeffer, Dorothy Watson, K. Brooke Welch

    PART TWO: NON- MERGER ENFORCEMENT

     No.2

     pp. 495-525

    Brendan Dowd, Andrew Frackman, Matthew Merrick

    PART THREE: CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SHERMAN ACT SECTION 2 EXCLUSIONARY CONDUCT CASES

     No.2

     pp. 526-546

    David S. Copeland, Stephen J. Elliott, Ankur Kapoor, Lori Leskin, Ian Linker, Steven Rosenstein

    PART FOUR: ANTITRUST IMMUNITIES AT THE CROSSROADS: THE CURRENT STATUS OF THE NOERR AND STATE ACTION DOCTRINES

     No.2

     pp. 547-578

     

    THE BEST DISINFECTANT: ANALYZING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS IN SECURITIES AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE REGULATION

     No.2

     pp. 579-580

    Shalini M. Aggarwal

    FROM THE INDIVIDUAL TO THE INSTITUTION: THE SEC'S EVOLVING STRATEGY FOR REGULATING THE CAPITAL MARKETS

     No.2

     pp. 581-617

    Karessa Cain

    NEW EFFORTS TO STRENGTHEN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: WHY USE SRO LISTING STANDARDS?

     No.2

     pp. 619-659

    Wally Suphap

    GETTING IT RIGHT VERSUS GETTING IT QUICK: THE QUALITY- TIMELINESS TRADEOFF IN CORPORATE DISCLOSURE

     No.2

     pp. 661-714

    Kenji Taneda

    SARBANES- OXLEY, FOREIGN ISSUERS AND UNITED STATES SECURITIES REGULATION

     No.2

     pp. 715-759

    Lindsay Wilson

    INVESTORS BEWARE: THE WTO WILL NOT CURE ALL ILLS WITH CHINA

     No.3

     pp. 1007-1030

    Stephanie Greene

    WHO COUNTS?: THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT CITES "CONTROL" AS THE KEY TO DISTINGUISHING EMPLOYERS FROM EMPLOYEES UNDER FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAWS

     No.3

     pp. 761-799

    Joseph F. Morrissey

    CATCHING THE CULPRITS: IS SARBANESOXLEY ENOUGH?

     No.3

     pp. 801-857

    Sarah Helene Duggin

    INTERNAL CORPORATE INVESTIGATIONS: LEGAL ETHICS, PROFESSIONALISM AND THE EMPLOYEE INTERVIEW

     No.3

     pp. 859-964

    Emilie Beavers

    BANKRUPTCY LAW HARMONIZATION IN THE NAFTA COUNTRIES: THE CASE OF THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO

     No.3

     pp. 965-1006

    Columbia Business Law Review, 2004

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    Curtis J. Milhaupt

    PRESCRIBING THE PILL IN JAPAN? FOREWORD TO THE HOSTILE M AND A CONFERENCE ISSUE

     No.1

     pp. 1-9

    Satoshi Kawai

    POISON PILL IN JAPAN

     No.1

     pp. 11-20

    Ronald J. Gilson

    THE POISON PILL IN JAPAN: THE MISSING INFRASTRUCTURE

     No.1

     pp. 21-44

    William B. Chandler III

    HOSTILE M AND A AND THE POISON PILL IN JAPAN: A JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE

     No.1

     pp. 45-65

    Hideki Kanda

    DOES CORPORATE LAW REALLY MATTER IN HOSTILE TAKEOVERS?: COMMENTING ON PROFESSOR GILSON AND CHANCELLOR CHANDLER

     No.1

     pp. 67-76

    Duke K. Bristow, Benjamin D. King, Lee R. Petillon

    VENTURE CAPITAL FORMATION AND ACCESS: LINGERING IMPEDIMENTS OF THE INVESTMENT COMPANY ACT OF 1940

     No.1

     pp. 77-133

    Thomas F. McInerney

    IMPLICATIONS OF HIGH PERFORMANCE PRODUCTION AND WORK PRACTICES FOR THEORY OF THE FIRM AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

     No.1

     pp. 135-196

    Paul M. Kessimian

    BUSINESS FIDUCIARY RELATIONSHIPS AND HONEST SERVICES FRAUD: A DEFENSE OF THE STATUTE

     No.1

     pp. 197-230

    Christopher A. Kitchen

    INTERLOCUTORY APPEAL OF CLASS ACTION CERTIFICATION DECISIONS UNDER FEDERAL RULE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 23 (f): A PROPOSAL FOR A NEW GUIDELINE

     No.1

     pp. 231-262

     

    THE DECEMBER 2003 PROCEEDINGS OF THE MILTON HANDLER ANNUAL ANTITRUST REVIEW THE PUBLIC SQUARE FOR ANTITRUST DISCOURSE

     No.2

     pp. 263-264

    Diane P. Wood

    THE U.S. ANTITRUST LAWS IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

     No.2

     pp. 265-281

    Dennis W. Carlton

    USING ECONOMICS TO IMPROVE ANTITRUST POLICY

     No.2

     pp. 283-333

    Herbert Hovenkamp

    ANTITRUST AND THE REGULATORY ENTERPRISE

     No.2

     pp. 335-377

     

    SUPPLEMENT TO THE 2003 MILTON HANDLER ANNUAL ANTITRUST REVIEW PROCEEDINGS

     No.2

     pp. 379-379

    James Calder, Abid Qureshi, Fiona Schaeffer, Shola Ajewole, Christina DeVries, Eric Hochstadt, Richard Julie

    A REVIEW OF SIMILARITIES AND CONTRASTS BETWEEN AMERICAN ANTITRUST AND EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION LAW

     No.2

     pp. 380-418

    Joseph Larson, Ramsey Shehadeh, Lawrence J. White

    THE ROLE OF ECONOMICS AND ECONOMISTS IN ANTITRUST LAW

     No.2

     pp. 419-458

    David S. Copeland, Stephen J. Elliott, Andrew Frackman, Ankur Kapoor, Jonathan Kim

    2003 ANTITRUST DEVELOPMENTS IN REGULATED INDUSTRIES

     No.2

     pp. 459-501

     

    ESCAPING THE MARKET: REGULATING CONFLICTS IN GOING PRIVATE TRANSACTIONS

     No.2

     pp. 503-504

    Joshua M. Koenig

    A BRIEF ROADMAP TO GOING PRIVATE

     No.2

     pp. 505-546

    Jason M. Quintana

    GOING PRIVATE TRANSACTIONS: DELAWARE'S RACE TO THE BOTTOM?

     No.2

     pp. 546-599

    Sarah Al-Moosa

    GOVERNING INSIDERS GOING PRIVATE ON INSIDE INFORMATION

     No.2

     pp. 601-636

    Dennis J. Recca

    REPUTATIONAL PENALTIES FOR CORPORATIONS AND THE FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES

     No.3

     pp. 879-897

    Elizabeth A. Nowicki

    10 (b) OR NOT 10 (b)?: YANKING THE SECURITY BLANKET FOR ATTORNEYS IN SECURITIES LITIGATION

     No.3

     pp. 637-719

    Michael Gruson

    THE U.S. JURISDICTION OVER TRANSFERS OF U.S. DOLLARS BETWEEN FOREIGNERS AND OVER OWNERSHIP OF U.S. DOLLAR ACCOUNTS IN FOREIGN BANKS

     No.3

     pp. 721-772

    Daniel J.H. Greenwood

    ENRONITIS: WHY GOOD CORPORATIONS GO BAD

     No.3

     pp. 773-848

    Zachary Altschuler

    THE REFRIGERATED REAL ESTATE BOOM: WHO IS REALLY PAYING THE PRICE OF SLOTTING?

     No.3

     pp. 849-878

    Columbia Business Law Review, 2005

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    Lance Cole

    REEXAMINING THE COLLECTIVE ENTITY DOCTRINE IN THE NEW ERA OF LIMITED LIABILITY ENTITIES- SHOULD BUSINESS ENTITIES HAVE A FIFTH AMENDMENT PRIVILEGE?

     No.1

     pp. 1-110

    Martin D. Mobley

    COMPENSATION COMMITTEE REPORTS POST- SARBANES- OXLEY: UNIMPROVED DISCLOSURE OF EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION POLICIES AND PRACTICES

     No.1

     pp. 111-190

    Paul M. Goldschmid

    MORE PHOENIX THAN VULTURE: THE CASE FOR DISTRESSED INVESTOR PRESENCE IN THE BANKRUPTCY REORGANIZATION PROCESS

     No.1

     pp. 191-274

     

    THE DECEMBER 2004 PROCEEDINGS OF THE MILTON HANDLER ANNUAL ANTITRUST REVIEW INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

     No.2

     pp. 275-278

    John D. Bates

    CUSTOMER TESTIMONY OF ANTICOMPETITIVE EFFECTS IN MERGER LITIGATION

     No.2

     pp. 279-291

    Thomas O. Barnett

    SUBSTANTIAL LESSENING OF COMPETITION- THE SECTION 7 STANDARD

     No.2

     pp. 293-315

    John Harkrider

    PROVING ANTICOMPETITIVE IMPACT: MOVING PAST MERGER GUIDELINES PRESUMPTIONS

     No.2

     pp. 317-344

    Margaret E. Guerin-Calvert

    THE ROLE OF THE ECONOMIST/ ECONOMICS IN "PROVING" COORDINATED EFFECTS

     No.2

     pp. 345-354

     

    ACTIVISM, UNCERTAINTY, AND ABUSE: CURRENT ISSUES IN BANKRUPTCY LAW

     No.2

     pp. 355-356

    Craig R. Bucki

    CRACKING THE CODE: THE LEGAL AUTHORITY BEHIND EXTRASTATUTORY DEBTOR- IN- POSSESSION FINANCING MECHANISMS AND THEIR PROSPECTS FOR SURVIVAL

     No.2

     pp. 357-401

    Kerry O'Rourke

    VALUATION UNCERTAINTY IN CHAPTER 11 REORGANIZATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 403-450

    Rachael M. Jackson

    RESPONDING TO THREATS OF BANKRUPTCY ABUSE IN A POST- ENRON WORLD: TRUSTING THE BANKRUPTCY JUDGE AS THE GUARDIAN OF DEBTOR ESTATES

     No.2

     pp. 451-508

     

    CONFERENCE ON TWO-SIDED MARKETS, COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL 2005 INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: SOME REFLECTIONS ON TWO-SIDED MARKETS AND PRICING

     No.3

     pp. 509-514

    Timothy J. Muris

    PAYMENT CARD REGULATION AND THE (MIS) APPLICATION OF THE ECONOMICS OF TWO- SIDED MARKETS

     No.3

     pp. 515-550

    Richard A. Epstein

    THE REGULATION OF INTERCHANGE FEES: AUSTRALIAN FINE- TUNING GONE AWRY

     No.3

     pp. 551-597

    Lloyd Constantine, Jeffrey I. Shinder, Kerin E. Coughlin

    IN RE VISA CHECK/ MASTERMONEY ANTITRUST LITIGATION: A STUDY OF MARKET FAILURE IN A TWO- SIDED MARKET

     No.3

     pp. 599-616

    Dennis W. Carlton

    TRANSACTION COSTS, EXTERNALITIES, AND "TWO- SIDED" PAYMENT MARKETS

     No.3

     pp. 617-642

     

    BOTH SIDES NOW: BUYER DAMAGE CLAIMS IN ANTITRUST ACTIONS INVOLVING "TWO- SIDED" MARKETS

     No.3

     pp. 643-666

    David S. Evans

    DEFINING ANTITRUST MARKETS WHEN FIRMS OPERATE TWO- SIDED PLATFORMS

     No.3

     pp. 667-701

    Luc Gyselen

    MULTILATERAL INTERCHANGE FEES UNDER E.U. ANTITRUST LAW: A ONESIDED VIEW ON A TWO- SIDED MARKET?

     No.3

     pp. 703-721

    Nathan Grow

    CLEARING CLEARPLAYS NAME: TRACING THE LEGITIMIZATION OF DIGITAL MOVIE EDITING TECHNOLOGY

     No.3

     pp. 723-764

    Claudio Storelli

    CORPORATE GOVERNANCE FAILURES- IS PARMALAT EUROPE'S ENRON?

     No.3

     pp. 765-826

    Columbia Business Law Review, 2006

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    Joshua D. Blank

    CONFRONTING CONTINUITY: A TRADITION OF FICTION IN CORPORATE REORGANIZATIONS

     No.1

     pp. 1-79

    Patricia S. Abril, Ann Morales Olazabal

    THE LOCUS OF CORPORATE SCIENTER

     No.1

     pp. 81-166

    Rohit Sachdev

    COMPARING THE LEGAL FOUNDATIONS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA AND CHINA: LAW AND THE RULE OF LAW IN THE INDIAN FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT CONTEXT

     No.1

     pp. 167-214

    Jennifer Bartels

    THE APPLICATION OF ANTITRUST AND FRAUD- AND- ABUSE LAW TO SPECIALTY HOSPITALS

     No.1

     pp. 215-242

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    THE NOVEMBER 2005 PROCEEDINGS OF THE MILTON HANDLER ANNUAL ANTITRUST REVIEW INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

     No.2

     pp. 243-245

    Lewis A. Kaplan

    EXPERTS IN THE COURTHOUSE: PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES REMARKS AT THE MILTON HANDLER ANTITRUST REVIEW NOVEMBER 29, 2005

     No.2

     pp. 247-260

    Deborah Garza

    REMARKS ON THE PROGRESS OF THE ANTITRUST MODERNIZATION COMMISSION REMARKS AT THE MILTON HANDLER ANTITRUST REVIEW NOVEMBER 29, 2005

     No.2

     pp. 261-278

     

    CURRENT ISSUES IN INVESTOR PROTECTION

     No.2

     pp. 279-280

    Caroline J. Dillon

    DO YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR? A LOOK AT THE HIGH FEES AND LOW PROTECTIONS OF MUTUAL FUNDS

     No.2

     pp. 281-309

    Johnathan Mathiesen

    DR. SPITZLOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE "BALKANIZATION"

     No.2

     pp. 311-354

    Christopher T. Hines, Tatsuya Tanigawa, Andrew P. Hughes

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