By Jordan Blair Woods. Full text here. In the wake of marriage equality, legal attention is increasingly shifting to resolving conflicts between religious liberty and LGBTQ equality. The current terms of the debate largely center on same-sex marriage, and much less attention is being paid to how religious exemptions affect LGBTQ people in situations that do…

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By Amy Semet. Full text here. How do administrative agencies interpret statutes? This Article looks behind the black box of agency statutory interpretation to review how administrative agencies use canons of construction and other tools of statutory interpretation to decide cases. Surveying over 7000 cases heard by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from 1993–2016,…

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By Chrystin Ondersma. Full text here. For individuals struggling to make ends meet, an emergency expense or sudden drop in income can be catastrophic. Often credit is the only option available in such emergencies, but taking out credit can worsen an already precarious financial situation—individuals and families may go without food or electricity in order to…

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By Stavros Gadinis and Amelia Miazad. Full text here. Although corporate wrongdoing can reach an immense scale with disastrous ramifications, holding boards accountable has long been perceived as elusive. Under both state fiduciary duty law and federal securities doctrine, directors and officers are liable only if they were aware of corporate failures or reckless in ignoring…

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