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- Insider Trading in a Mannean Marketplace
- Mercer Bullard, Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens and Cannada Lecturer and Professor of Law; Director, Business Law Institute, University of Mississippi School of Law
- This Article posits that the government has, in fact, accepted Henry Mann’s position in cases where insider trading occurs in an organized market for material, nonpublic information.
- Solving the Paradox of Insider Trading Compliance
- John P. Anderson, Associate Professor, Mississippi College School of Law
- This Article argues that the SEC’s enforcement regime be liberalized to permit insider trading where an issuer approves a trade in advance and has disclosed that it permits such trading pursuant to regulatory guidelines.
- Samar Aryani-Sabet, J.D. Candidate, Temple University Beasley School of Law, 2016
- This Comment explores the following questions: What happens to battered Iranian women who immigrate to the U.S. with their abusive partners? Do these women know they are victims of a crime? Do they know of the legal resources available in the U.S. that can protect them from abuse? Are the legal antiviolence resources in the U.S. reaching these victims?
- Rachel Broder, J.D. Candidate, Temple University Beasley School of Law, 2016
- This Comment calls for the ABA to reconsider its position on judicial participation in plea negotiations and advocates for an amendment that allows for this participation.
- Brett M. Feldman, J.D. Candidate, Temple University Beasley School of Law, 2016
- This Comment argues against the adoption of the “broad exception” interpretation of Amchem and Ortiz and in favor of the “narrow interpretation” of the “logically antecedent” exception.