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Lame Duck Signs a Lame Bill: Despite ERISA Preemption, Some Contractors May Be Required to Provide Benefits to Domestic Partners Under California's New Law
Pre-Bankruptcy Planning from Debtor's Point of View in 2003
Stemming Designs for Inhibitory Government Regulation: Allowing Stem Cell Research to Achieve its Pluripotential
Damages in Internet Law and Technology: an interview with Jennifer Stisa Granick of Stanford Law School
U.S. Trade Policy in the Aftermath of the Failure of the Cancun Round of the WTO: an interview with Professor Andrea K. Bjorklund of University of California, Davis, School of Law
White Collar Crime in The Twenty-First Century: an interview with Professor John Poulos of University of California, Davis, School of Law
A Hard Day's Night: Music Faces The Digital Divide
Antitakeover Provisions in IPO Firms: Irrational Exuberance or Rational Indifference
Commercial or Political?: Kasky and the Abridgment of Free Speech in America
The 1916 Antidumping Act After Goss: Why a More Expansive Reading of the Act's Intent Requirement is Justified
The Wine Trade Dispute Between the United States and the European Union: an interview with Richard Mendelson of Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty
A Mix of Politics and Business: an interview with Tim Howe of Foley & Lardner, LLP
Combating Sweatshops in California: an interview with Alexjandra Domenzain of Sweatshop Watch
Is this Hamburger Safe to Eat?: Impact of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) on the Cattle Industry in the United States — an interview with Dr. John Maas of UC Davis Veterinary School
Issues in Employment Law: an interview with Sam McAdam & Mark Grajski of Seyfarth Shaw, LLP