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Number 1 January 2020
Number 2 March 2020
Number 3 May 2020
Number 4 July 2020
Number 5 September 2020
Number 6 November 2020

Andrew S. Pollis
Enforcing the Fiduciary Duties of Class Representatives 
Response to Bruce A. Green & Andrew Kent’s, May Class Counsel Also Represent Lead Plaintiffs?

Deborah A. DeMott
Agents and Advisors
Response to Arthur B. Laby’s, Advisors as Fiduciaries

Robert J. Rhee
Systemic Power, Critical Interest, and Fiduciary Relationship
Response to Arthur B. Laby’s, Advisors as Fiduciaries

Josh Lens
Examining the Committee on Infractions’s Affirmation Rate of NCAA Enforcement Staff Allegations of Rules Violations

John V. Orth
“Shall Be Construed”: Reversal of Supreme Court Decisions by Constitutional Amendment

Matthew Tokson
Smart Meters as a Catalyst for Privacy Law
Response to Matthew B. Kugler & Meredith Hurley, Protecting Energy Privacy Across the Public/Private Divide

Eldar Haber
Algorithmic Inclusion
Response to Peter Yu, The Algorithmic Divide and Equality in the Age of Artificial Intelligence 

Alexandra B. Klass & Elizabeth J. Wilson
Recognizing the Criminal/Civil Divide in the Use of Energy Data
Response to Matthew B. Kugler & Meredith Hurley, Protecting Energy Privacy Across the Public/Private Divide

David Horton
All Alone in Arbitration
Response to Hila Keren, Divided and Conquered: The Neoliberal Roots and Emotional Consequences of the Arbitration Revolution

Michael C. Dorf
If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fixate on it: Gadamer, Gedicks, and Original Public Meaning
Response to Frederick Mark Gedicks, The “Fixation Thesis” and Other Falsehoods 

Kathryn Abrams
Dividing, Conquering — And Resisting
Response to Hila Keren, Divided and Conquered: The Neoliberal Roots and Emotional Consequences of the Arbitration Revolution

Shelley Ross Saxer
Restoring Federal Takings Claims
Response to Stewart E. Sterk & Michael C. Pollack, A Knock on Knick‘s Revival of Federal Takings Litigation

Ilya Somin
The Normality of Knick: A Response to Sterk and Pollack
Response to Stewart E. Sterk & Michael C. Pollack, A Knock on Knick‘s Revival of Federal Takings Litigation

Steven C. Sunshine and Julia K. York
DOJ’s Failure to Prove Its “Killer Acquisition” Claim in Sabre/Farelogix and Parallels to Other Recent Government Merger Litigation Losses

Carlos M. Vázquez & Stephen I. Vladeck
Testa, Crain, and the Constitutional Right to Collateral Relief
Response to Ann Woolhandler & Michael G. Collins, State Jurisdictional Independence and Federal Supremacy

D. Daniel Sokol
Merger Law for Biotech and Killer Acquisitions