Cornell Law Review Volume 91 Issue 1

The Paradox of Predatory Pricing

Predatory pricing law attempts to keep prices low by harshly sanctioning prices that are anticompetitively low. The paradox of predatory pricing law is that even an analytically perfect specification of the line between predatory and innocent price cuts would result in deviations from optimal pricing because the very recognition of a predatory pricing offense will induce some firms to forgo […]

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Legal Ethics and the Separation of Law and Morals

Spectacular scandals involving lawyers are certainly nothing new. Wrongdoing by lawyers brought about or exacerbated the Watergate crisis, the savings and loan collapse, the corporate accounting fiasco that brought the 1990s tech stock boom to a crashing halt, and innumerable less prominent harms. But for sheer audacity and shock value, it is hard to top the attempt by elite United […]

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Unveiling the Real Issue: Evaluating the European Court of Human Rights’ Decision to Enforce the Turkish Headscarf Ban in Leyla Şahin v. Turkey

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Cabining the Discretion of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the Federal Courts: Interpretive Rules, Statutory Interpretation, and the Debate over Community Confinement Centers

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Regulating Presidential Powers

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