13 Chap. L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

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Volume 13                 Fall 2009                Number 1
 2009 by Chapman Law Review
ARTICLES
Reputation Life Cycle: The Case of Franchising
U ri B enoliel .....................................................................  1
To Have and to Hold, for Richer or Richer: Premarital
Agreements in the Comparative Context
Margaret Ryznar and Anna Stepieh-Sporek .............. 27
Central Bank Autonomy in Latin America: A Survey and
Case Studies
Harout Jack  Sam ra ....................................................  63
Socrates, Syllogisms, and Sadistic Transactions:
Challenges to Mastering U.C.C. Article 9 Through
Deductive Reasoning
Timothy  R. Zinnecker ..................................................  97
COMMENTS
Testing Open Source Waters: Derivative Works Under
GPLv3
Joseph  A . Chern  ............................................................. 137
Heads I Win, Tails You Lose: The Disparate Treatment of
Similarly Situated Taxpayers Under the Personal Injury
Income Tax Exclusion
H abib  H anna  ................................................................. 161
Chemical Castration for Child Predators: Practical,
Effective, and Constitutional
E lizabeth  M . Tullio ........................................................ 191
Pro [Whose?] Choice: How the Growing Recognition of a
Fetus' Right to Life Takes the Constitutionality out of Roe
R achel  W arren  ............................................................... 221

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