74 Brook. L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

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               BROOKLYN

             LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 74              FALL 2008              NUMBER 1


TABLE OF CONTENTS

     ARTICLES


Timothy K. Armstrong


Getting to Causation in Toxic Tort Cases

Is Delaware's Corporate Law Too Big to Fail?

Focus on Batson: Let the Cameras Roll


David E. Bernstein

     Mark J. Roe

     Mimi Samuel


NOTES


No Vacancy: Why Immigrant Housing
  Ordinances Violate FHA and
  Section 1981


Todd Donnelly Batson 131


Schneider Electric SA v. Commission of the
  European Communities: The Cost of
  Stifling European Community Mergers

A Computer with a View: Progress, Privacy,
  and Google

Prosecutorial Discretion of the Department of
  Justice in Corporate Criminal Cases: How
  Far Is Too Far?


     Stacey Corr


Jamuna D. Kelley


Maya Krigman 231


Fair Circumvention

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