ISSUE I

Measuring Business Damages in Fraudulent Inducement Cases
George P. Roach

Designing Privilege for the Tax Profession: Comparing I.R.C. § 7525 with new Zealand’s Non-Disclosure Right
Keith Kendall

What Would Henry Simons Do?: Using an Ideal to Shape and Explain the Economic Substance Doctrine
Charlene Luke

The RIAA’s Case Against Ripping CDs: When Enough is Enough
Kenneth Long

SEC Receivers and the Presumption of Innocence: The Problem with Parallel Proceedings in Securities Cases and the Ver Increasing Powers of the Receivers
Megan Smith

Proveris Scientific v. Innovasystems: Broadening the Scope of the Healthcare Crisis by Narrowing the Scope of the Generic Drug Manufacturer’s Patent Infringement Protection Under 35 U.S.C. § 271(E)(1)
Christopher Scurry

ISSUE II

The One Fund Solution: “It’s My Money and I Need It Now!”
Gordon P. Mock

Burning Down the House and the Charitable Deduction
Rodney P. Mock

The Chrysler Bankruptcy and the Future of 363(b) Transactions
Morris A. Karam

Fiduciary Liability Issues in ERISA Pension Plan Terminations
Clare Staub

The PTC and Wind Energy: Restructuring the Production Tax Credit as a More Effective Incentive
Mitchell Ward