Cornell Law Review Volume 93 Issue 3

The Requirement for Metadata Production Under Williams V. Sprint/United Management Co.: An Unnecessary Burden for Litigants Engaged in Electronic Discovery

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State Courts Unbound

We may not think that state courts disobey binding Supreme Court precedent, but occasionally state courts do. In a number of important cases, state courts have actively defied apposite Supreme Court doctrine, and often it is the Court itself that has invited them to. This Article shows state courts doing the unthinkable: flouting Supreme Court precedent, sometimes at […]

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Trust Privacy

In a landmark 1984 article, Professor John Langbein described the “nonprobate revolution” in transmission of American wealth. He showed that Americans had turned en masse to donative devices that accomplished all the purposes of a will without the costs, strictures, and inconvenience of probate. Professor Langbein argued that it was time to recognize these devices for what […]

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Torturous Consequences and the Case of Maher Arar: Can Canadian Solutions “Cure” the Due Process Deficiencies in U.S. Removal Proceedings?

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The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, the Federal Arbitration Act, and the Future of Consumer Protection

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Against Judgment

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