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Daniel B. Kelly Trust Term Extension: An Economic Analysis Response to Reid Kress Weisbord, Trust Term Extension To compete for trust assets following a change in the federal tax code, many states repealed or abrogated the Rule Against Perpetuities (RAP). By … Continue reading

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John F. Preis A Further Note on Federal Causes of Action Response to Lumen Mulligan, We Should Use ‘Cause of Action’ More Carefully: A Review of John F. Preis, How the Federal Cause of Action Relates to Rights, Remedies and Jurisdiction It’s … Continue reading

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Timothy M. Mulvaney On “Bargaining For Development” Response to Sean Nolon, Bargaining for Development Post-Koontz In his recent article, Bargaining for Development Post-Koontz, Professor Sean Nolon builds off the pioneering work of Carol Rose, Tony Arnold, and select other property scholars … Continue reading

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2015 Allen L. Poucher Lecture

“Cybersecurity and our Digital Lives: A Policy Discussion,” sponsored by the Allen L. Poucher Legal Education Series and presented by the Florida Law Review, brought together the nation’s leading experts on data security, national security, and internet policy to discuss these and … Continue reading

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Bradley A. Smith Why Buckley?; Why a First Amendment? A Response to Professor Alschuler Response to Albert Alschuler, Limiting Political Contributions After McCutcheon, Citizens United, and SpeechNow Albert Alschuler’s Limiting Political Contributions After McCutcheon, Citizens United, and SpeechNow is a lengthy and thoughtful take on campaign … Continue reading

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Calvin H. Johnson Organizational Capital: A Comment to Professor Kahng Response to Lily Kahng, Taxation of Intellectual Capital In her article, Taxation of Intellectual Capital, Professor Lily Kahng has proposed to capitalize the costs of research and development, and worker training and … Continue reading

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