Clinging to the Common Law in an Age of Statutes: Criminal Law in the States

Among the earliest adopters of the Model Penal Code, Illinois codified its entire General Part, including the provisions on accountability, legislatively altering numerous common law positions that required change.  Thus, as of 1961, its accountability statute predicated accomplice liability on one’s purposefully giving aid to the principal actor.  Unfortunately, those changes were resisted by the […]

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[Insert Company Name] Sucks: A Response to Speech, Citizenry and the Market

This piece is a response to Deven Desai’s Speech, Citizenry, and the Market: A Public Corporate Figure Doctrine. Our thanks to Mr. Crowe for publishing this excellent response piece with the Minnesota Law Review

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Restructuring the U.S. Tax Court:A Reply to Stephanie Hoffer and Christopher Walker’s The Death of Tax Court Exceptionalism

This is an invited response piece to the Walker & Hoffer article, The Death of Tax Court Exceptionalism. Our special thanks to Professor Lederman for penning this excellent response.

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