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Guest Post: Which ICOs are Next to Get Caught up in the SEC’s ICO Dragnet?

John Reed Stark One of the most interesting and arresting business stories of 2017 has been the astonishing proliferation of initial coin offerings (ICOs), as I discussed in a prior post (here). Readers who have been watching this story develop … Continue reading

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Potential Effects of Tax Reform on Work (Guest Posts @ On Labor Blog)

Shu-Yi Oei Diane Ring and I were invited to write a guest post for the On Labor blog, to explain the potential effects of tax reform on work arrangements for a labor law audience. There was some interest in tax … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Joanna Cuevas Ingram

It's my great pleasure to welcome a former student of mine, Joanna Cuevas Ingram (right), as today's guest blogger. Joanna's a third-year law student at the University of California, Davis, School of Law, where she also serves as Editor-in-Chief of … Continue reading

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GUEST POST: Is Revenge Part of Who We Are?

Revenge is an integral part of the human experience. From the book of Exodus in the Bible, where "eye for an eye" justice prevailed, to Shakespeare's Hamlet, to the vendettas or blood feuds of the mafia, the concept of revenge … Continue reading

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What's Too Much Information for Students? Guest Post by Lisa McElroy

Last week, reading Mike and Neil's posts about their memories of 9/11, I thought a lot about whether I should blog about my own. At first, I decided not to, because the official story, the one my students know about … Continue reading

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