64 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/annam64 and id is 1 raw text is: SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
TP U TES
Katherine L. Adams  1
Kenneth R Feinberg  5
Hon. Robert A. Katzmann  9
Richard B. Stewart  19
Katlee M. Sullivan  25
A Rsonse from Justice Bryer  33
ARTICLES
BROADER IS BETTER: THE INHERENT POWERS OF FEDERAL
COURTS
Joseph j Ancien  37
CHOICE OF LAW IN VEIL-PIERCING LITIGATION: WHY COURTS
SHOULD DISCARD THE INTERNAL AFFAIRS RULE AND EMBRACE
GENERAL CHOICE-OF-LAW PRINCIPLES
Gmgary Scott Crspi  85
NOTES
LOADING THE DLCE IN DURECT DEMOCRACY: THE
CoNsTITUrIoNALITy OF CONTENT- AND ViEwPoiNT-BASED
REGULATIONS OF BALLOT INITIATIVES
j Michael Connolly 129
RETHINKING COPYRIGHT'S TREATMENT OF NEW TECHNOLOGY:.
STRATEGIC OBSOLESCENCE AS A CATALYST FOR INTERESr GROUP
COMPROMISE
Brian D. Johnston 165

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