Cornell Law Review Volume 91 Issue 4

The Inevitability of a Strong SEC

There are many visions for the future of securities regulation.  One prominent view features significant private contracting for disclosure and fraud protection.  Another envisions regulatory competition, enabling companies to choose from among a menu of regulatory regimes provided by different states, nations, or securities exchanges competing for incorporations or listings.  This Article demonstrates that these […]

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Irreversible and Catastrophic

As many treaties and statutes emphasize, some risks are distinctive in the sense that they are potentially irreversible or catastrophic; for such risks, it is sensible to take extra precautions.  When a harm is irreversible, and when regulators lack information about its magnitude or likelihood, they should purchase an “option” to prevent the harm at […]

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A Parent’s Predicament: Theories of Relief for Deportable Parents of Children Who Face Female Genital Mutilation

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The Easy Way Out?: The Yaser Hamdi Release Agreement and the United States’ Treatment of the Citizen Enemy Combatant Dilemma

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William Rehnquist as Historian

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