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Volume 5

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An Alternative to U.S. Litigation: The Allure and Challenges of International Arbitration — an interview with Cedric C. Chao of Morrison & Foerster, LLP
Business Law Journal Publishes New, Expanded Website
Convertible Bonds: A New Approach to China's Stock Markets
Milking The Oenophile: The Twenty-First Amendment and State Discriminatory Wine Import Policies
Rating the Raters: Reflections on Proposals for Regulatory Reform of the Credit Rating Agencies
Electronic Data Challenges in Employment Law
Intellectual Property Litigation Perspectives from a Trial Titan: an interview with Morgan Chu of Irell & Manella LLP
People v. Profits: A False Dichotomy?: an interview with Robert C. Hinkley of Jones Day
Reduced Debtor Protection: Proposed Bankruptcy Reform — an interview with Michael S. McManus of U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Tax Law & Litigation: A State and Local Tax Perspective — an interview with Thomas H. Steele of Morrison & Foerster, LLP
The Charter School: An Effective Business Model for Student Achievement — an interview with Margaret Fortune of Charter School Association of California
Telework and the ADA: Is Working at Home Finally a Reasonable Accommodation?
Back to the Future: The States' Struggle to Re-Emerge as Defenders of Investors' Rights
Commercial Speech and the First Amendment in the 21st Century: Does the Nike test Help to Keep Corporations Honest?
Document Destruction after Enron: Interpreting the New Sarbanes-Oxley Obstruction Statutes
Innovation v. Establishment: An Analysis of the Peer-to-Peer Wars and the Future of the Music Industry
Introduction to Special Securities Issue
Selective Waiver in the Era of Privilege Uncertainty
Why the Common Enterprise Test Lacks a Common Definition: A Look Into the Supreme Court's Decision of SEC v. Edwards
A "Development Agenda" at WIPO: A Shift in IP Policy on the International Stage — an interview with James Love of The Consumer Project on Technology
Corporate Governance Under Sarbanes-Oxley: New Realities and Their Effect on Public Markets — an interview with Cary Klafter of Intel Corporation
Diaspora Bonds and US Securities Regulation: an interview with Anupam Chander of University of California, Davis School of Law
From Shanghai to Santa Clara and Back: Intel's Global Reach Poses Unique Legal Challenges — an interview with Jeffrey A. Siebach of Intel Corporation
Issues in Labor and Employment Law Litigation: an interview with Tim Long of Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe
The "Governator" Bobblehead: An Exploration of the Right of Publicity in California — an interview with William T. Gallagher of Golden Gate University School of Law
The "SOX" Effect on Small Companies: an interview with Paul Vallone of Montgomery & Co.