88 Ind. L.J. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/indana88 and id is 1 raw text is: INDIANA LAW JOURNAL
Volume 88                   Number I                   Winter 2013
 Copyright 2013 by the Trustees of Indiana University
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS IN ELECTION CONTESTS ............ Joshua A. Douglas
THE JURISDICTION OF THE COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS
AND FORUM SHOPPING IN MONEY CLAIMS
AGAINST THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ......................... Gregory C. Sisk  83
PATCHING A HOLE IN THE JOBS ACT: How AND WHY
TO REWRITE THE RULES THAT REQUIRE FIRMS
TO MAKE PERIODIC DISCLOSURES ....................... Michael D. Guttentag  151
COMPETITION AND CRISIS IN
MORTGAGE SECURITIZATION .................................... Michael Simkovic  213
THE COLLECTIVE ORIGINS OF TOXIC AIR POLLUTION:
IMPLICATIONS FOR GREENHOUSE GAS TRADING
AND TOXIC HOTSPOTS .............................................. David E. Adelman  273
A LESSON ON SOME LIMITS OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS:
SCHWARTZ AND SCOTT ON
CONTRACT INTERPRETATION ........................................ Steven J. Burton  339
NOTES
BALANCING THE SCALES: REINSTATING HOME,
PRIVACY WITHOUT VIOLENCE IN INDIANA .................... Tyler Anderson  361
OH, IT IS YOU, IS IT?: CLOSING THE DOOR ON
REASONABLE RESISTANCE TO UNLAWFUL
POLICE ENTRY  IN  INDIANA .................................................. Jesse Drum  393

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