Columbia Law Review Selects Notes for Publication 2012-13
The Columbia Law Review has selected the following student Notes for publication in Volumes 112 and 113:
Gregory D. Beaton, Hot News, Cold Remedy: Scrutinizing the Application of Time-Limited Injunctive Relief for Non-Copyright Misappropriation Claims
Daniel Belke, Blitzing Brady: Should Section 4(a) of the Norris-LaGuardia Act Shield Management from Injunctions in Labor Disputes?
Kaitlin Cassel, Due Process in Prison: Protecting Inmates’ Property after Sandin v. Conner
James Crooks, Fair Labor Fraud?: The Peculiar Interplay of RICO and the Federal Minimum Wage Act
Matthew McDonald, Antitrust Immunity Up In Smoke: Preemption, State Action, and the Master Settlement Agreement
Sam Rothschild, Bad Guys in Bankruptcy: Excluding Ponzi Schemes from the Bankruptcy Code’s Stockbroker Safe Harbor
Phil Sancilio, Clarifying (or Is It Codifying?) the “Notably Abstruse”: Step Transactions, Economic Substance, and the Tax Code
Liliana Zaragoza, Delimiting Limitations: Does the Immigration and Nationality Act Impose a Statute of Limitations on Noncitizen Removal Proceedings?