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					               BROOKLYN JOUWAL
              OF INTERNATIONAL LAW




          BANKRUPTCY IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE
                     THE SECOND DECADE
         Co-Sponsored by the Brooklyn Law School Center
            for the Study of International Business Law

                             CONTENTS

Introduction
Neil B. Cohen, Michael A. Gerber, & EdwardJ. Janger                753

KEYNOTE
Global Insolvency Law and the Role of Multinational Institutions
Christoph G. Paulus                                                755

ARTICLES
Maintaining the Momentum: The Continuing Quest for Global
Standards and Principles to Govern Cross-Border Insolvency
Ian F. Fletcher                                                    767

The Myth (and Realities) of Forum Shopping in Transnational

                                                                   785

Universal Proceduralism
Edward J. Janger                                                   819

Incrementalisms in Global Lawmaking
Susan Block-Lieb & Terence C. Halliday                             851

                  Governing Security Interests in International

                                                                   905

                  ganization Proceedings on Security Interests:
   e Position Under English and U.S. Law
                                                                   927
Where are all the Transnational Bankruptcies?
The Puzzling Case for Universalism
Robert K. Rasmussen                                               983

Group Insolvency-Choice of Forum and Law: The European
Experience Under the Influence of English Pragmatism
Gabriel Moss QC                                                  1005




Canada-United States Cross-Border Insolvency Relations and
The UNCITRAL Model Law
Jacob Ziegel                                                     1041

Legitimacy, Technology, and Leverage: The Building Blocks of
Insolvency Architecture in the Decade Past and the Decade Ahead
Terence C. Halliday                                             1081

NOTES                                                                    I
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The Hague Convention on Choice-of-Court Agreements:
Is the Public Policy Exception Helping Click-Away the Security of
Non-Negotiated Agreements?
Keri Bruce                                                        1103

Taking a Gamble on Public Morals: Invoking the Article XIV
Exception to GATS
Irem Dogan                                                       1131

A Shot Across the Bow: Changing the Paradigm of Foreign Direct
Investment Review in the United States
Shannon M. Haley                                               1157

Morality v. Reality: The Struggle to Effectively Fight
HIVIAIDS and Respect Human Rights
Erica Tracy Kagan

Nonrefoulement Under the Convention Against Torture:
How U.S. Allowances for Diplomatic Assurances Contravene
Treaty Obligations and Federal Law
Jane C, Kim                                                      1227
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             A JOURNAL FOR DEFENSE, INSURANCE, AND
             CORPORATE COUNSEL


             Volume 56                            2007                 No. 2 (Summer)




             ARTICLES
             Rambo Depositions Revisited: Controlling Attorney-Client Consultations
             During Depositions
             Jean M. Cary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207

             That Is Not All 'here Is: Enhancing Daubert Exclusion by Applying
I
             "Ordinary" Witness Principles to Experts
I            Stephen D. Easton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . . 249
             Making Sense of Respondeat Superior: An Integrated Approach for Both
             Negligent and Intentional Conduct
             Mark E. Roszkowski & Christie L. Roszkowski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 9
                                                                                      1

             Punitive Damages After Campbell: The Role of Out-of-State Conduct
             Steven R. Hamlin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . 377
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       THE GEORGETOWN JOURNAL
        OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY

                                        Contents
Address
Limited Government and the Rule of Law
                                                           The Honorable John McCain

Panel Discussion: Executive Power in Wartime
From the Federalist Society's 2006 National Lawyers' Convention

Symposium: Reforming U.S. Immigration Policy
Closing the Border and Opening the Door: Mobility, Adjustment, and the Sequencing of
    Reform
                                                                  Timothy A. Canova

International Students in a Post-Globalization World: A Critical Analysis
                                                                            Anthony Ciolli
Beyond Border Enforcement: Enhancing National Security Through Immigration
   Reform
                                                            Walter A. Ewing, Ph.D.
Panic in Detroit: The Impact of Immigration Reforms on Urban African Americans
                                                                   David C.Koelsch
Immigration and America's Future: A New Chapter
    Doris Meissner, Deborah W Meyers, Demetrios G. Papademetriou & Michael Fix
Rethinlung Immigration of the Highly-Skilled and Educated in the Post-9111 World
                                               Michele R. Pistnne & John J. HoefSner
Courts vs. The Political Branches: Immigration "Reform" and The Battle for the Future
   of Immigration Law
                                                                     Brian G. Slocum

Articles
Christian Legal Theory: The Example of Dooyeweerd's Critique of Romanist
    Individualism and Germanic Communitarianism In Property Law
                                                                  David S. Caudill
An Analysis of the Reauthorized Sections 5 and 203 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965:
   Bad Policy and Unconstitutional
                                                         Roger Clegg & Linda Chavez

Notes
Respecting Individualism Within the Collective: Building a More Inclusive Labor
    Movement
                                                                     David Broderdorf
Transatlantic Lessons for Software Platform Developers
                                                                         Daniel Culley
Risky Business: The FDA Bans Ephedra, and Gets a Leg Up On the Dietary
    Supplement Industry
                                                               Melissa Davenport
The Death of the "Pervasively Sectarian" Test in State Financial Aid Statutes and How
    to Replace It
                                                                         Kevin D. Feder
Questioning the Merits of Federal Minimum Wage Legislation
                                                                           John Foley
Striking the Balance: Domestic Civil Tort Liability for Private Security Contractors
                                                                          Jeremy Joseph
What's Ayotte Left For Casey? The Newest Supreme Court Precedent in the Area of
   Abortion
                                                             Sarah Danielle Kohrs
Expanding Buckley, Contracting Democratic Principles: An Exploration of Post-Buckley
   Campaign Finance Jurisprudence
                                                                    Garland B. Nagy
Ascending the Slippery Slope: New Alabama Law Enforcement Procedures Fail to
    Adequately Protect Sexual Assault Victims' Privacy
                                                                Jeremy Osborne
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  AriiErcsil Brckermnn- Rodall ..............................................................................................
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Gasoline Prices and Antitrust Law: Fixing the Price-Fixing Dilemma of
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Nevada Needs a Privacy Act: How Nevadans Are Particularly at Risk
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    THE J O U R N A L O F FEDERALISM
                                                 Volume 37


                                                 Fall 2007


i   CONTENTS

    Articles
    Towards an Integrated Model of the U.S. Supreme Court's Federalism
    Decision Making
    Paul M. Collins Ir.
    Changing State Fiscal Capacity and Tax Effort in an Era of Devolving Government,
    198 1-2003
    lohn Mikesell                                                                      532
    Montesquieu on Federalism and Anglo-Gothic Constitutionalism
    Lee Ward
    Out of Court: Why Have the Courts Played No Role in Resolving Devolution
    Disputes in the United Kingdom?
    Robert Hazel1                                                                      578

    Research note
    State Merit Amicus Participation and Federalism Outcomes in the
    U.S. Supreme Court
    Sean Nicholson-Crotty

    Book Reviews
    Wilfried Swenden, Federalism and Second Chambers-Regional Representation in
    Parliamentary Federations: the Australian Senate and German Bundesrat Compared
    Gerard W, Horgan                                                                   613
    Andrew Konitzer, Voting for Russia's Governors: Regional Elections and
    Accountability Under Yeltsin and Putin
    Henry Hale
    Brooke A. Masters, Spoiling for a Fight: The Rise of Eliot Spitzer
    Martha Derthick

    List of Referees
    Referees for 2006-2007
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          Securities Regulation
              Law Journal
    Volume 35 Number 3

    The Attorney-Auditor Relationship:
    Responding to Audit Inquiries, the
    Disclosure of Loss Contingencies
    and the Work-Product Privilege             By Aaron J. Rigby   176

    Reflections On the McNulty
    Memorandum                               By John A. Tancabel   219

    Oscar Private Equity Investments v.
    Allegiance Telecom, Inc.:The Fifth
    Circuit Requires Proof of Loss
    Causation to Certify Class in Fraud-
    on-the-Market Case                   By Matthew L. Mustokoff   292

    The SEC Proposes Substantial
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    Quarterly Survey of SEC
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Chattel Paper, Shakespeare, and the Insoluble Question
of "Stripping"
David Frisch

A Legislative Response to Revised Article 9 Debtor
Name Ambiguity
Paul Hodnejeld

Amending UCC Article 9 to Fix the Name-Error Problem
Kris Fredrickson

Applying UCC Article 2 to Software
Joshua R. Steiman

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