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Andy Spalding On Maximizing Deterrence Per Dollar Response to Peter R. Reilly, Incentivizing Corporate America to Eradicate Transnational Bribery Worldwide: Federal Transparency and Voluntary Disclosure Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Professor Peter Reilly argues that the government “must provide greater transparency … Continue reading

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danah boyd Undoing the Neutrality of Big Data Response to Margaret Hu, Big Data Blacklisting The legal analysis that Margaret Hu sets forth in Big Data Blacklisting focuses on how due process—both procedural and substantive—fails to address the harms produced by … Continue reading

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Joshua P. Fershee Natural Gas is Changing the Clean Energy Game, But the Game is Not Over Response to Felix Mormann, Clean Energy Federalism In his article, Clean Energy Federalism, Professor Felix Mormann analyzes the keys facets of how energy law … Continue reading

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Jeffrey R. Boles The Dilemma of FCPA Self-Reporting Response to Peter R. Reilly, Incentivizing Corporate America to Eradicate Transnational Bribery Worldwide: Federal Transparency and Voluntary Disclosure Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Professor Peter Reilly examines the difficult strategic decision a … Continue reading

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Katheryn Russell-Brown Body Cameras, Police Violence, and Racial Credibility Response to Iesha S. Nunes, “Hands up, Don’t Shoot”: Police Misconduct and the Need for Body Cameras Iesha Nunes’s thoughtful and thorough Note, “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot”: Police Misconduct and the Need … Continue reading

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Alex B. Long Retaliation and the Unreasonable Judge Response to Sandra Sperino, Retaliation and the Reasonable Person In one sense, Sperino’s article is somewhat reassuring. But the results were also somewhat horrifying in that they laid bare the reality that too … Continue reading

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